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« on: May 14, 2017, 08:14:20 PM »




Finally a settled week, however water conditions will not be perfect. The week looks to be dry, so far with more sun than clouds. Highs will start off in the 60s and 70s and move into the 80s and 90s by the end of the week. Temperatures will be lower at the shore due to cooler ocean temperatures. Overnight lows will start off in the 40s and 50s and move into the 60s by the end of the week. Humidity will start off low and then increase to moderate and even high. Water conditions will be cautious to hazardous on Monday, then borderline to cautious and then borderline midweek becoming good by the end of the week. Water temperatures are still steady in the 50s, but with temperatures  this week, should see s slow increase. UV Index will be Moderate to Very High at 3-9/15.

High pressure will slide south through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley on Monday, moving off the Carolina coast and anchoring offshore on Tuesday. Low pressure will slide to the north of the region on Thursday, dragging a cold front through the area Thursday night into Friday. High pressure will build down from Ontario for the weekend.

Have a great week and thanks for reading!

Monday
Sky:  Partly sunny to sunny becoming mostly clear to clear, Breezy
Precipitation:  0% - Slight Chance
Temperatures
High:   Mid 60s to low 70s
Low:   Mid 40s to low 50s
UV Index:  3-7/15 (Moderate High)
Sunrise: 5:41am
Sunset: 8:04pm


Tuesday
Sky:  Sunny, then partly cloudy to clear
Precipitation:  0% - Slight Chance
Temperatures
High:   Low 70s to low 80s
Low:   Mid 50s to low 60s
UV Index:  8-9/15 (High Very High)
Sunrise: 5:40am
Sunset: 8:05pm


Wednesday
Sky:  Mostly sunny to sunny becoming partly cloudy
Precipitation:  0% - Slight Chance
Temperatures
High:   Mid 70s to upper 80s
Low:   Mid to upper 60s
UV Index:  8-9/15 (Very High)
Sunrise: 5:40am
Sunset: 8:06pm


Thursday
Sky:  Mostly sunny becoming partly cloudy
Precipitation:  0% - Slight Chance
Temperatures
High:   Mid 80s to low 90s with mid to upper 70s at the shore
Low:   Mid to upper 60s
UV Index:  7-9/15 (High Very High)
Sunrise: 5:39am
Sunset: 8:07pm
Last Qtr: 8:34pm


Friday
Sky:   Mostly sunny becoming partly cloudy
Precipitation:  0% - Slight Chance
Temperatures
High:   Upper 70s to upper 80s
Low:   Mid 50s to low 60s
UV Index:  7-9/15 (High Very High)
Sunrise: 5:38am
Sunset: 8:08pm


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Total Precipitation Monday - Saturday



Total Precipitation Monday - Monday



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