Well today is the last official day of a very inactive hurricane season. The Atlantic Basin in calm right now, and will likely stay that way until next season.
The weather here at home has been tranquil with not a whole lot going. Temperatures will be on the rise over the extended period, with only a slight chance for showers.
Tonight will be cool, but not nearly as cold as the past few nights. Lows tonight will be in the mid-upper 40s with winds out of the NE at 5 miles per hour. An increase in low level moisture and cloudiness will keep the overnight lows on an incline through the extended forecast.
Tomorrow we will see a mixture of sunshine and clouds as temperatures climb toward the 70 degree mark. No rain is in the forecast for Sunday, but an upper level short wave will bring us some extra cloudiness/moisture for Monday and Tuesday. Right now the rain chance is only 20% because there isn't a whole lot of moisture present in the lower levels of the atmosphere. Without a lot of moisture, the atmosphere will struggle to squeeze out any rain.
After Tuesday we will be seeing mostly sunshine and mild temperatures ahead of the next big frontal system that will arrive by the end of next week.