One last day of mild weather, then cool air invades

     A fisherman on a mild Ship Bottom beach at 10:00 a.m. today. (Image: TheSurfersView.com)

    A fisherman on a mild Ship Bottom beach at 10:00 a.m. today. (Image: TheSurfersView.com)

    It’s another mild day, but it’s the last day of above normal temperatures for at least the next week. Cold rain tomorrow, then a pleasant — and cooler — stretch of weather through the weekend. 

    Current readings range from the low 50s to the north, upper 50s to the low 60s to the south, and the low 60s at the beaches. We’ll top out in the mid to upper 60s today. As a cold front approaches and passes off the coast this afternoon, expect more clouds to build, delivering a chance of a light shower. Showers are possible tonight into tomorrow morning.

    As a low pressure system passes by tomorrow, expect a raw day with cold rain. High temperatures will only reach the low 50s. Clearing Thursday, when mostly sunny skies return through the weekend.

    But daytime highs will be much cooler than what we’ve been recently experiencing: mid to upper 50s. Overnight lows will be in the low 40s along the coast and low to mid 30s elsewhere (upper 20s in the highest terrain).

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