Today: Cloudy, breezy and not as chilly. A sprinkle. High: 62
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low: 44
Monday: Variable cloudiness. High: 67 Low: 45
***COASTAL FLOOD & GALE WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR ANY POINTS ALONG THE ATLANTIC OCEAN UNTIL THIS EVENING***
***COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR ANY POINTS ALONG THE DELAWARE RIVER UNTIL MIDNIGHT***
It's another cloudy and breezy day. However, temperatures will make it to the low 60s with just a sprinkle through the day. Winds still out of the northeast and gusts possible up to 30 mph for the area. For coastal areas, winds could gust to nearly 50 mph with onshore flow, flooding is a concern. A coastal flood warning, gale warning and flood advisory all remain in effect until later tonight. Tonight, more clearing takes place but skies stay mostly cloudy with the winds settling down overnight.
Into tomorrow, some sunshine is expected with dry conditions and still a bit breezy at times. Temperatures trying to warm into the upper 60s. And the trend through midweek is warming back into the 70s with mostly sunny skies. By the end of the week we track a weak cold front.
With Joaquin expected to stay well to the East and out to sea, it most likely won't make landfall in the U.S. The forecasted path will bring the hurricane very close to Bermuda today. An area of low pressure over the southeast U.S. has tapped into some of that tropical moisture, enhancing the already wet conditions and flooding along the Carolinas. Stay tuned for the latest.