After spending the past 2 days in the 40's, our temperatures finally bounce back into the 50's. Clouds will hang around this morning, then the sun will make an appearance as the day goes on. There is a weak area of low pressure to our south, with a strong area of high pressure locked in to our north. The high wins out today keeping us dry, Monday will be the one and only day of the next seven that may be damp with a few showers or some drizzle. A storm will form out over the Atlantic and strengthen but not have any major impacts on our weather. The onshore winds could also produce some fog and minor tidal flooding, but the clouds and winds are guaranteed. The weekend looks seasonable and dry with highs in the mid 50's. Then a warming trend occurs through Thanksgiving as highs rise up to near 60 degrees!