Skies turned mostly cloudy on the western edge of the remnants of Tropical Storm Ophelia over near the Mid-Atlantic Coast. Moisture circulating around the western side of the weakening system kept temperatures from rising above the mid-70s.
Morning readings will be milder due to the blanket of clouds, in the low 60s. There could be a stray shower Monday afternoon, but otherwise anticipate another day of general cloudiness and afternoon temperatures in the low 70s. Some clearing will occur Monday night.
An upper-level low drifting east from the Plains will introduce some moisture to the Ohio Valley toward midweek, as winds shift to a southerly direction, directing moisture northward from the Gulf of Mexico.
The next chance for showers will occur between Tuesday and Thursday, with daytime highs confined to the low 70s and morning readings near 60 degrees.
Gradual clearing and pleasant conditions return by next weekend.
- Tonight: Clouds linger. Low 60
- Monday: Mostly cloudy, isolated shower. High 74
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, few showers. High 76 (59)
- Wednesday: Showers possible. High 73 (60)
- Thursday: Early showers, clouds. High 71 (59)
- Friday: Mostly sunny. High 74 (57)
- Saturday: Sunny. High 77 (55)