An increase in low level moisture, milder air streaming into the region, combined with clear skies, light winds and the extended darkness of late November have produced areas of dense fog to kick off our Friday. While some parts of the area have started the day with perfectly clear skies, other neighborhoods are socked in with low visiblity.
Thankfully, the early morning murk should quickly erode and we’ll get to enjoy another mild mid-November day to finish out the work week. Temperatures will peak in the upper 50s to middle 60s across the Cape and sunshine, overall, will prevail through most of the day.
Clouds will thicken up tonight as a cold front approaches from our west. This frontal zone will kick off some showers around the region overnight and into the day on Saturday. However, an ocean storm (the same system that brought high winds and torrential rains to South Florida mid-week) passing to our south and east will rob much of the moisture streaming up the Eastern Seaboard and spare us a soaking rain. Earlier in the week it appeared that this storm would pass close enough to the area to merge with the approaching cold front and yield a very rainy Saturday.
Either way, colder and drier air will build in Saturday night and set us up for a partly sunny, breezy and cool Sunday.