The National Weather Service is warning that a strong northeasterly breeze and four to six-foot swells will mean there is a moderate risk of rip currents today.
Today’s prediction is down from yesterday, when the weather service had issued a warning of a high risk for strong rip currents.
The continued northeasterly breeze is due to a storm system out at sea that is influencing our weather. Temperatures will remain cooler than average, with highs forecast to be in the mid 70s inland and near 70 along the coast, with sunny skies and a 10 mph to 15 mph breeze inland and 15 mph to 20 mph breeze at the coast.
The cooler air is expected to last into early next week, however hot and humid weather is expected to arrive by mid-week, the weather service said.