After an unseasonably cool and unsettled stretch of weather, warmer temperatures are on the way. High pressure will anchor itself offshore this week pumping warmer and more humid air our way. However, it will be quite windy to start the week as the weekend departing storm continues to spin off of the Canadian Maritimes. On Monday, Northwest winds 20-25mph will gust as high as 35mph during the day. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s with plenty of sunshine.

The warmup begins on Tuesday as high temperatures climb into the 70s.

Forecast Highs For Tuesday

Southwest winds will keep temperatures in the 70s for most of the week as temperatures inland soar into the 80s by midweek.

Forecast Highs For Wednesday

Temperatures should reach 80+ degrees by the end of the week as winds shift more westerly as a weak front moves through on Friday. Ocean temperatures are still running in the mid 50s.

High pressure will build in from Canada over the weekend and temperatures will cool off a bit but it will still be pleasant with highs around 70.