As expected, tonight is essentially a copycat of last night, but slightly warmer. Expect a low near 69 on the water with cooler areas inland, and light southerly winds eventually becoming northerly, limiting any fog development to light & patchy. Tomorrow will be slightly warmer as well, with the high reaching 87 degrees on the water and likely the lower 90s inland, though it will remain relatively drier. This trend continues into Wednesday.
By Thursday we’ll begin to see cloud cover increasing ahead of a weak frontal boundary, that won’t bring much rain into the area, but the sky coverage and humidity will increase. This carries over into the weekend, with low rain chances and at least partly sunny skies, but only showers are expected as these week boundaries move in. Next week starts warm, humid, and with increasing instability.