A mostly pleasant weekend ahead

     Seaside Park in July 2015. (Photo: Justin Auciello/JSHN)

    Seaside Park in July 2015. (Photo: Justin Auciello/JSHN)

    Beaches will be packed this weekend, so get there early! 

    High pressure will continue to dominate through the daytime hours tomorrow, delivering sunny skies and comfortable humidity levels, according to NOAA.

    With a light north wind early will turning southeast during the afternoon, the forecast says, beaches will enjoy a pleasant breeze off the ocean. 

    High temperatures will rise to the lower 80s at the beaches and middle to upper 80s inland. 

    By Sunday, a few more clouds will pass through, and there’s a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the middle to late afternoon and evening hours as a weakening cold front approaches, the NOAA forecast says. 

    High temperatures on Sunday will be slightly warmer than tomorrow, and humidity levels will rise. 

    According to swellinfo.com, waves will be generally small all weekend.

    The rip current risk is currently low, according to the National Weather Service. However, rip currents can develop without notice, so authorities say to always swim near a lifeguard. 

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