This space for rent! In this quiet weather pattern I’m having trouble finding stuff to write about. But boring weather for a meteorologist usually means great weather for outdoor plans. Both days this weekend look stellar with abundant sunshine and near average temperatures. With the lack of recent rain, the brush fire risk will remain higher than usual. Tree pollen will also remain sky high. High pressure finally breaks down next week with an increasing threat for showers by Wednesday.
Friday night: Clear, cool. Lows: 40s
Saturday: Mostly sunny. Upper 60s to near 70 inland, Low to mid 60s along the shoreline. Northeast wind 5 to 15 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Upper 60s and low 70s inland. Low to mid 60s along the shoreline.
Monday: Mostly sunny. Upper 60s and low 70s inland. Low to mid 60s along the shoreline.
Tuesday: Sunshine mixing with increasing clouds. Chance for a sprinkle in spots. But most towns will stay dry. Low 70s.
Wednesday: Cloudy with scattered showers or a period of rain. A few leftover showers Thursday too. Low to mid 70s.