Skies may be hazy again on Wednesday. This appears to be due to smoke from the Canadian wildfires. The smoke is traveling over the Atlantic Ocean, wrapping around a large area of high pressure, coming in from the east and ending up in our skies. An air quality alert was issued Tuesday night and the statement said the alert expires Wednesday morning. Highs will be in the middle to upper 80s with lows mainly between 65 and 70. Clear skies at night and sunny during the day. Late in the week a cold front is forecast to move over bringing a big change over the weekend. The front will probably pass on Friday night, the weather Saturday will be breezy as cooler air moves in. Lows Sunday morning are forecast to be in the 50s.
The risk of rip currents is forecast to be moderate through the next several days.