Friday was a gloomy day as a persistent onshore flow kept clouds around. In the afternoon, a few sprinkles did develop, but it was widely scattered about. Tropical Storm Odette formed well off the coast early Friday evening and while it will head further out to sea, it has been stirring up ocean. For that reason, dangerous rip currents have develop along the coast and will continue through at least Saturday.
The clouds will continue through a good portion of Friday night. They may start to thin out late at night as the onshore flow diminishes. Temperatures will drop into the 60s.
Saturday will feature intervals of clouds and sun. Winds will be light, and the sun will help bring temperatures up into the lower 80s. A weakening cold front will approach in the afternoon or evening, but it should remain dry as it crosses through the region.
While Saturday will be a nice day, Sunday will be gorgeous. Expect sunny skies with very low humidity. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s.
It will remain pleasant through the first half of next week with temperatures in the upper 70s. Heading into late Wednesday and into Thursday, a cold front will bring back the risk of scattered showers and storms.