After a gorgeous Tuesday, unsettled weather returns Wednesday. Out ahead of an approaching cold front, clouds increase tonight with a low temp around 60°. Then, scattered shower and perhaps a few thunderstorms roll through quickly tomorrow from west to east. It won’t be as wet as Monday, but you could find a brief torrential downpour, along with some stronger wind gusts and frequent lightning.
Speaking of the wind, it picks up overnight to between 5-15 mph. Then, tomorrow, a south wind in the morning turning southwesterly or westerly by the afternoon reaches about 10-20 mph sustained with 30+ mph gusts possible. Low to mid 70s.
Once the cold front cruises by Wednesday night, we head towards a quiet late work week period with a mostly sunny sky Thursday and a high temp in the upper 60s. There’s some sunshine around Friday, too, though clouds increase late. Again, upper 60s to near 70 degrees. A spot shower or two is possible late Friday and again Saturday night. In between, mostly to partly sunny Saturday. Near 70 degrees.
Hurricane Dorian continues weakening, 105 miles east of Vero Beach, Florida. It is no longer stationary, moving NW at 6 mph and expected to take a due north, then northeasterly turn staying largely offshore, though a landfall or two is possible in the Carolinas. Dorian is of no direct consequence to us, though clouds may increase late Friday on the very outermost fringes.
Have a marvelous day!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault