The morning fog has cleared from the area, and now we will have above average temperatures this afternoon with a humid airmass. These conditions will continue into tomorrow as well with the potential for dense fog during the morning. Going into Wednesday we are tracking a very slow moving cold front that will eventually bring cooler air and rain to the area. The best rain chances will be Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday morning. The cold front will push through the area late Wednesday Night and a few lingering showers could stay in the area until late Thursday morning, but clearing is expected Thursday evening and night. Beautiful weather with cooler and drier air for Friday, and into the Veterans Day weekend. Then southerly winds return to the area Saturday into Sunday. The next storm system will approach the area toward the end of the weekend and that’s when the next chance of shower and thunderstorms enter the forecast.
Tropical Depression 19 has formed in the Atlantic, and is forecasted to become Tropical Storm Rina later this evening. Some good news with this tropical system is it will stay over open waters and not affect anyone in the US.