SATURDAY► The clouds hang tough, as will the chance for more wet weather.  Not as wet or windy as the last few days, but still mainly cloudy and damp with some occasional drizzle or a few rain showers.  Highs in the upper 60s to low 70s with an easterly breeze around 10-15mph.  The tidal flooding threat will be gone with the lighter and shifting winds over the weekend.

SUNDAY► Mostly cloudy with a shower still possible, but overall a drier day with perhaps even some breaks of sunshine.  Highs in the low to mid 70s with a light easterly breeze around 10mph shifting from the south by afternoon.

MONDAY► A mix of clouds and sunshine.  Drier and seasonably mild with highs in the mid 70s.  A light northwest wind around 10mph.

TUESDAY-THURSDAY► Partly to mostly cloudy skies with an increasingly brisk northeast ocean breeze around 10-20mph and gusty.  We'll watch Hurricane Matthew off the coast of the Southeast U.S.  While it looks to stay safely to our south and east as of right now, large surf and rip currents will likely impact our beaches later in the week.