Tonight some patchy fog and not as cool with lows in the mid-upper 60s, to even low 70s along the coast.
Monday will be our last dry day in a row with mostly then partly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s.
A developing area of low pressure in the SW Gulf of Mexico will start to move to the northeast and deepen. A cold front that is meandering around the area will tap into this moisture, pulling it toward us and increasing our rain chances mid-late week.
It's still too early to tell if this will be a true tropical system or just a cold frontal low. Either way the result is the same, increasing winds, seas, and rain chances. This Low will depart into the Atlantic by the weekend and our rain chances will diminish then.