Sun, some clouds, and warmth

     Thursday morning in the ocean off South Seaside Park. (Photo: Justin Auciello/for Newsworks)

    Thursday morning in the ocean off South Seaside Park. (Photo: Justin Auciello/for Newsworks)

    Ahh yes, unseasonably warm weather continues, and it’s sticking around. 

    Above normal temperatures are expected for about the next two weeks (summer-like temperatures end Sunday).

    For today, a mixture of sun and clouds, with perhaps more clouds flowing in during the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will remain well above normal (75 to 80), but not as warm as yesterday. Light winds.

    As a warm front approaches tomorrow, you’ll feel the humidity increase. There will be a chance of a shower or thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon and evening. Similar temperatures as today.

    Overall, the weekend looks pleasant. A mixture of sun and clouds each day. With temperatures about 75 to 80 degrees and calm seas expected, you won’t have to think twice about hitting the beach.

    As a cold front approaches for Monday, possibly interacting with the remnants of the tropical system, Karen, currently in the Gulf of Mexico, we could see heavy rain Monday into Tuesday. Plain and simple, it’s a quick moving, inland rainstorm: not coastal flooding, destructive winds, etc. 

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