Sun today, showers tomorrow.
It’s currently 72.9 °F under a mostly sunny sky at JSHN HQ in South Seaside Park. The forecast is pretty easy: more sun than clouds, a light southwest to south wind, and temperatures in the upper 70s to lower 80s at the coast, mid to upper 80s inland. The humidity will creep up throughout the day. For tonight, partly cloudy, with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm and temperatures in the low 70s along the coast, mid to upper 60s inland.
Today’s your day if you’re planning on an outdoor activity. Sunday will be mostly cloudy and moist ahead of a frontal passage during the evening. It is too early to pinpoint exact timing of any precipitation, so stay tuned.
The National Weather Service advises of the possibility of “locally moderate to heavy rainfall” through the evening hours, which “may cause flooding in areas of poor drainage.” But conditions will quickly improve overnight, with Monday shaping up to be mostly sunny.
BOAT/BEACH: Tranquil conditions. With the wind out of the southwest this morning, flies are likely an issue. Please tell us about conditions on the beach. A south wind is expected to develop this afternoon, alleviating any pesky flies that may be around. The surf is around two feet, and the open ocean swell is about the same. There are currently no active marine advisories. The UVI index is high, and the ocean temperature is in the low to mid 70s. There is a low risk of rip currents, but always swim near a lifeguard.