Dave’s Forecast: Mostly dry, but cloudy; sun expected to return Friday
All is relatively quiet this week, weather-wise. There aren't any big storms we are chasing or even looking into. Temperatures look to warm up by the middle/end of the workweek
Thursday, Feb. 1, looks to be 10 degrees warmer than the seasonable average of 41 degrees. So, if cold weather isn't your thing, then this forecast is for you.
TONIGHT: Cloud-filled skies but dry temps are near seasonable in the upper-20s.
TUESDAY: Early sunshine gives way to clouds. The winds will be onshore (meaning from the ocean - east north easterly. This air mass will allow clouds to develop) Water temps are in the low-40s. With the wind off of the ocean, our temps will pretty much be the same.
WEDNESDAY: Still cloudy, with our skies momentarily brightening from time to time. High of 41. Low or 31. Normal morning lows are 25 degrees and daily highs are 41 degrees.
THURSDAY: Early sun gives way to an increase in clouds. Possibly looking at a few sprinkles passing through the northernmost part of the state by the evening. High slightly above average at 51 degrees.
FRIDAY: Early clouds to sunshine. Once the sun busts through, it will stick around through the weekend. (The longest stretch of sun in about two weeks.)