It was the easiest of forecasts, it was the hardest of forecasts, it was the age of sun and warmth, it was the age of clouds and rain. Today's forecast is pretty easy. High pressure sitting off the coast will bring another warm and sunny day. The wind swinging around and coming off the ocean will keep today a bit cooler than yesterday. Look for a high around 65.
Tomorrow will again be warm but, wow, what a complicated situation. Clouds will begin to build this evening as a cold front on the ground and a short-wave trough above approach the region. Those approaches mean we're likely to see drizzle or light rain starting late tonight. As the cold front gets closer Thursday afternoon the drizzle will switch over to occasional showers. Ahead of the cold front, but coming from another direction, is lots of moisture from Tropical Storm Sean. Sean's going to stay way out to sea, but the moisture overrunning the storm sets the stage for potentially heavy rain east of the city.
The cold front should pass through the city tomorrow afternoon. Veteran's Day will be sunny, windy and considerably cooler with the high only getting up to the lower 50s. The weekend is looking pretty nice with a high in the mid 50s on Saturday and maybe the upper 50s on Sunday.