Saturday Soaker, Sunday Sunshine

GALE WARNING for offshore waters starting 9 am Saturday.

High pressure providing the sunny day with light wind will move out tonight. A southerly wind and clouds move in to keep us milder overnight ahead of a surge of warmth with wind and rain to start the weekend. We’re back to umbrellas as a low pressure area tracks up the Mississippi Valley into the Quebec Providence of Canada. This will bring a cold front through on Saturday evening¬† setting us up for a dry Sunday and Monday.

This Afternoon: 99 % Sunshine. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Light and variable wind.

This Evening: Thin Clouds, Near 36. South wind 5 – 10 mph.

Tonight: Temperatures holding steady then rising late into the 40s by sunrise. South wind increasing 10 mph.

Saturday: A soaker Saturday with highs nearing 60. Windy with gusts 35-50 mph. Strongest wind gusts 11 am to 5 pm.  Gale Warning for the offshore coastal waters. Gusts near or exceeding 50 mph likely at the shoreline and for offshore waters.

Saturday Night: Gradual Clearing, 35-40. Remaining windy.

Sunday: Sunshine. Highs 42-46. Breezy

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