Dave’s Forecast: Rainy weather lasts into evening, sun returns on Wednesday

This continued damp/raw weather pattern continued for the fourth consecutive day. Nuisance drizzle and a few pockets of isolated, more organized, showers continue through the first part of Tuesday night. But I have good news, friends.
The weather is certainly befitting the autumnal season. Leaves falling, making a mess of our yards. Temperatures in the upper-50s and low-60s. Yes, that is exactly what late October or early November is supposed to look and feel like. But we are still in the late throws of September. Sunshine and temperatures in the 70s are what we are supposed to be enjoying. We can thank the leftovers of Tropical Storm Ophelia for this weather mess. The remnant low is only 150 miles from our shoreline, and it continues to alter the forecast for the greyer and gloomier. But as I mentioned above, all that is about to change.
High pressure, or fair weather is slowly moving in from upstate New York. This will take the weakening storm and all of its clouds and moisture and push it south of New Jersey. Yes, my friends, as Andrea McArdle once sang in Broadway’s original Annie, "The sun will come out tomorrow.”
TOMORROW: Mainly sunny. The breeze is still off the ocean so temperatures will be in the mid to upper 6os. Below average yes, but as the wise old sage Mick Jagger once sang, "You can't always get what you want.” Look for the mercury in the thermometers to peak at 67.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Some clouds here and there, but generally speaking, pleasant and dry. Low of 53. (Which, by the way for those of you scoring at home, is right on the money.)
THURSDAY: Morning sunshine gives way to afternoon cloud coverage. Temperatures rise to 65.
FRIDAY: There are passing showers in the mix. The winds help warm things to the upper-60s.
WEEKEND: The weekend at the moment is looking good with sunshine and highs in the low- and mid-70s! Right where they should be for this time of year.
So maybe it is true. You can't always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, well you might find, you get what you need.