Outer Bands of Jose Clipping the Area

Satellite and radar imagery early Tuesday morning showed the outer edges of Hurricane Jose beginning to rotate onto the Cape.

Scattered light showers and pockets of mist and drizzle were spilling onto the Cape as of 5:30 this morning and radar showed some heavier downpours lurking south and east of Nantucket, attempting to pivot north and westward.

With Jose slowly pushing northward, northeast winds picked up a bit overnight and will continue to slowly increase through the day today.

Expect this to be the overall theme for the weather today – cloudy, a bit breezy at times, some pockets of mist and drizzle and some brief passing heavier showers. Temperatures will hold in the middle and upper 60s…perhaps nudging 70F if skies can brighten a bit.

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