A Coastal Flood Advisory in effect until 4 pm today. Persistent east to southeast swells with long periods will result in minor tidal overflow with tides around 2 feet above MSL during the time of high tide. Highest water levels are expected from mid morning through early afternoon. Driving along area beaches will be limited to impossible.
Skies will clear becoming mostly sunny by late morning into early afternoon. Cooler and drier conditions can be expected with highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s. A Small Craft Advisory is in effect until 10 am for the Bays and 10 pm for the Coastal Waters.
A warming trend and increasing humidity can be expected Monday and Tuesday. Another chance of showers and thunderstorms can be expected by Wednesday ahead of the next cold front, then drier and cooler once again Thursday. Sunny and slightly warmer by Friday.