A very weak weather system sliding southeast of the region this morning has helped spread a shield of low altitude clouds northward and onto the Cape. This deck of clouds will hold over the region through the midday hours before breaking apart and shifting away this afternoon.
It’s possible that a few spots get a brief sprinkle or light shower as this weak disturbance passes the area, with the best odds on the Outer Cape – closer to the system.
Temperatures will be in the 70s to near 80F today and humidity levels will a bit higher than recent days.
This morning’s visible satellite image shows the cloud deck over the Cape quite well: