That big Canadian high pressure area we talked about yesterday will sit squarely overhead once again today. That means we’ll see light winds, cool temps, very low humidity, and sunny skies. Expect high temps to range from around 55 in the north and perhaps right along the shoreline to the low 60s inland/farther south. No precipitation is expected again today.
Well to our southeast, Teddy will begin the process of extratropical transition today. The animation above shows how its wind field will dramatically expand and briefly intensify as it interacts with the cold front/upper-level trough to its north before the entire circulation fades over cooler waters on Wednesday.
The primary impact for our area still looks to be big waves especially tomorrow evening.