Wet, unsettled weather with gusty winds through Wednesday
WHAT'S NEW: A damp & gloomy few days will be around to kick off this first full work week of October. Expect below average temps, breezy & windy conditions with on and off scattered showers into Wednesday.
WHAT'S NEXT: We dry out and get warmer for the second half of the week, with high pressure moving in. But we're also tracking a cold front to arrive Friday afternoon. It will knock our temps down for the weekend ahead.
There are two disturbances being monitored by the National Hurricane Center.
In the Central Atlantic, east of the Leeward Islands, there is a disturbance that has a 30% chance of development over the next 5 days. It will move into the Caribbean Sea as it travels westward.
In the East Atlantic, near the Cape Verde Islands, is a disturbance that has a 70% chance of development over the next 5 days. It will move further into the middle of the North Atlantic and not impact anyone.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Addison Green says cool and breezy weather with some scattered showers is set for the next few days.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy, breezy and with scattered showers. A few downpours are likely as well. Lows: upper 40s to low 50s.
TUESDAY: Staying breezy and sometimes turning windy with more sporadic and scattered showers through the day. Highs: mid 50s. Lows: low 50s.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, still breezy with shower activity slowly fading. Highs: low 60s. Lows: mid 50s.
THURSDAY: *Pick of the week* Mostly sunny, feeing milder and with less wind! Highs: low 70s. Lows: upper 50s.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy & breezy with temps on the mild side, until a cold front arrives in the late afternoon hours. Highs: low 70s. Lows: mid to upper 40s.
THIS WEEKEND: Breezy and cool winds return for Saturday with conditions improving for Sunday. At least we will be dry with low shower chances. Highs: upper 50s to low 60s. Lows: mid to upper 40s.