Temperatures only climbed to the middle 50s yesterday as a cool, busy north and northeast wind delivered a quick shot of chilly air to the region. High temperatures were a solid 5 to 8F below the average for the date.
But, as has been the case throughout the Fall thus far, yesterday’s cool air mass does not have much staying power.
High pressure has already slipped to our south and mild southwest winds have resumed across the region. While readings fell quickly Tuesday evening, temperatures actually rose overnight and are already warmer than at any point yesterday.
Readings will easily top out in the middle 60s for highs and that, combined with lots of sunshine, will make for a great Autumn day around the Cape. Similar conditions are expected over the next several days.