This afternoon will feature a mixture of sunshine and clouds with a cool, fall feel. Temperatures will top off in the lower 60s. As skies clear out tonight it will be chilly as readings fall into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Much of this week is looking seasonable with a fair amount of sunshine with temperatures moderating to near 70 tomorrow and Wednesday. Our next chance of rain will arrive on Friday as a fast moving front moves through. Friday is not looking like a washout however it will be somewhat unsettled with scattered showers or a period of rain for a few hours. This system should remain progressive which means we'll clear out for the weekend! It's still early but so far so good for the start of the long holiday weekend.
Hurricane Joaquin: As of this morning Joaquin has weakened to a category one hurricane with top winds of 85 mph. He is moving away from the island of Bermuda to the N/NE at 13 mph. He is headed for the north Atlantic, will have no impact on our weather and will continue to slowly weaken.