Good Wednesday morning everyone!
It's a much quieter start on radar this morning with clearer skies outside. A little fog may be possible in some spots and it could lift out into a few early morning clouds before dissipating completely by mid-morning.
Otherwise, it's a comfortable start with many in the low 60s out the door. And with plenty of sunshine today, it's going to be a warm one! Winds shift to the north this afternoon and that will draw in some drier air as dew points fall into the the 50s. That drier air will feel more comfortable with respect to humidity levels this afternoon. But under the sunshine, that dry air will warm up efficiently and we'll see highs reach up to near 80 on the coast to the mid 80s inland!
With high pressure over the Southeast heading into the next couple days we'll see our fair share of sunshine and warmth. Mainly sunny skies return tomorrow with highs pushing the 80s in many locations away from the sandy shores. However, as the high slides further toward the Atlantic Coast, we'll see our winds shifting to the south through the day tomorrow and into Friday. That will increase our humidity heading into the end of the week and lead toward a bit more clouds developing on Friday to mostly to partly sunny skies.
An approaching cold front for the weekend will reinforce the cloud cover into Saturday, but we'll stay rain free to start the weekend. The increasing cloud cover will bring temperatures down a few degrees from the peak temperatures we're reaching today and tomorrow.
For today, abundant sunshine with highs in the 80s. Your 7 Day Forecast will keep us quiet with mainly sunny skies and warm highs in the 80s for most tomorrow as well.