Cool & dry air continued to filter in today behind yesterday’s front, but light upper level clouds moved in this afternoon though luckily they won’t stick around into the night. Expect clearing through the night, evening low near 48, meaning low 40s & upper 30s inland. Tomorrow will be cooler than today was with a high near 71 with sunny skies and light winds from the North. The great conditions will continue through Veteran’s Day and for most of Saturday before we’ll start seeing cloud cover build in. These clouds will blanket much of the Southeastern coastline, but not much rain is expected. Ridging builds in as this disturbance moves Eastward, leading to a sunnier middle and end of the week.
No tropical developments expected for at least 48 hours.