Sunshine sticks around for your Sunday, with a pleasant finish to the weekend in the Port City. After waking up in the mid 50s, plan for a comfortable afternoon with temps topping out in the upper 70s.
Expect an uptick in humidity as we head into the upcoming holiday week. Bright skies will be around Monday and Tuesday with highs holding in the upper 70s.
Our next rainmaker arrives mid-week. Wednesday's forecast will be a wet one for about half of our viewing area, with scattered showers, and a few thunderstorms. The rain action should be gone by Thanksgiving Day. Highs for Thanksgiving remain in the mid 70s.
In the western Atlantic, there is a low chance that a non-tropical area of low pressure could form. It may attempt to develop subtropical characteristics early next week before partially merging with a cold front. There is also the potential for it to develop subtropical characteristics later next week if the front leaves it behind, drifting east of Bermuda over the North Atlantic.