Overnight Fog, then Breezy and Warm Monday: Major Front Monday Night

Cold Air, Wind, Showers and Storms Monday Night

A gentle south to southeast wind has allowed temperatures to moderate into the upper 60s and lower 70s over the Crossroads late today in the wake of an upper level disturbance that brought modest amounts of rain overnight. Expect some fog to develop tonight in response to light wind and residual moisture, but a powerful cold front will draw a stronger southerly wind across the region Monday. That front arrives Monday night, inducing scattered showers and thunderstorms as well as pushing a biting north wind that will gust over 30 mph. A Gale Watch has been posted for the coastal waters for Tuesday. Skies will be fair Tuesday and Wednesday, with moderating temperatures and isolated to scattered showers Thursday through Friday. Look for a stronger disturbance to bring scattered to numerous thunderstorms on Saturday, followed by isolated showers Sunday.