A lingering cool pocket of air at the surface along with some warmer air riding overhead has helped to keep us below normal again as far as temperature readings are concerned. Tuesday there were peaks of sunshine but for the most part the day will be defined as mostly cloudy. Due to the cloud cover the temps may have a tough time getting into the 50s.
There will be a good deal more sunshine of Wednesday and Thursday as the wedge scours out. Not ruling out a bit of fog again tonight, but we will be on a warming trend into the end of the work week. Highs on Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be in the middle to upper 50s, then hit the 60s on Friday. There is a chance for rain on Friday and that should linger into Saturday.
Overall theme for the week will be a slight warming trend and a mixture of clouds and sunshine.
Tropical Storm Sebastien has formed just to the east of the Leeward islands. Late in the season for sure, but still in the season, which ends November 30th. Sebastien has sustained winds of 45 mph and will stay harmlessly out at sea. Possibility of him becoming a hurricane is low at the moment, but we will be watching.
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