(WVUE) - Chilly air is moving in. Stepping outside will remove all doubt.
Sunny skies, dry air, and highs mostly in the upper 50s will last through Wednesday.
Overnight lows will drop a little more tonight into the mid-30s on the north shore and mid-40s on the south shore.
Strong winds behind the front will also allow for rough seas with Small Craft Advisories in place at least through Tuesday.
On Thursday, it will be mostly sunny, but highs will climb into the mid-60s. By Friday, temperatures will reach the low 70s, and Saturday could be back near the 80-degree mark.
Aside from a stray shower possible Saturday, conditions should be dry through the weekend.