Tonight: Mostly clear skies with winds around 5 mph from the north. Overnight lows will near 57 degrees.  

Tomorrow: Seasonal conditions with highs near normal around 85 degrees. Mostly sunny skies during the day with lower humidity will make it a great day to get outside. 

Beyond: Nice conditions will persist with high temperatures increasing towards the mid-to-upper 80s by the middle of the week as a weak ridge shifts eastward over the area. Dry air will remain for much of the next 7 days with dewpoints staying in the 60s. Dry air along with high pressure will limit precipitation chances. A cold front will move through the region late Friday into Saturday that will cool high temperatures down towards the low-to-mid 80s. There seems to be little available moisture in the atmosphere then to support any rain ahead of the front. More dry air will usher in behind with a surface high.  

Tracking the Tropics: The NHC is now highlighting two areas of interest in the Eastern Atlantic. The area of low pressure closest to the coast of Africa has a 70-percent chance of development over the next five days; however, it should curve out to sea and be of no threat to land. Another tropical wave east of the Windward Islands has some disorganized thunderstorms that have a 40-percent chance of development over the next five days. It should move towards the west over the Caribbean over the next week. We will keep you up to date on any development of this wave should there be any.