Is the forecast sounding like a broken record yet? Fog in the morning clears out by the afternoon. Saturday won't be much different to the past couple of days in that respect but what comes later is going to be a bit of a change. The late part of the work week stayed dry during the afternoon and evening hours. Today's forecast brings rain and even a few storms.
Once the fog clears, we'll see some sunshine during the afternoon. High temperatures hover around 80° - 10-15° above normal for late October. A cold front pushing eastward does cross the region later today. As it moves through, it could cause a few thunderstorms to develop later in the day. We don't expect these storms to be severe but heavy rain isn't out of the question with the storms.
Onshore winds develop on Sunday meaning clouds along with ongoing shower chances into at least early afternoon. We also expect a rather large temperature gradient across the region Sunday afternoon, with temperatures in the 50s to the north and 70s in the south.
Briefly cooler Sunday readings will precede a return of milder weather much of next week.
Just a reminder that we still have more than a month left in the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which comes to an end on November 30th. But also remember... storms have still formed outside of that official hurricane season timeframe.
Hurricane Epsilon remains a Category 1 storm. It is northeast of Bermuda and will track into the northern Atlantic by this weekend, accelerating as it moves south of eastern Canada.
We are also keeping watch on a system now called Invest 95L in the far western Caribbean Sea. The area of low pressure gained this designation Friday morning. As of Friday evening's update, the system currently holds high chances for tropical development in the 48-hour and 5-day forecasts from the National Hurricane Center.
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