Last night while I was working in my office, I opened the windows. The humidity had disappeared from the air. As my wife said, September seemed to flip the page of the weather calendar this year.
I tried to sleep with my bedroom window open, but the frogs were still celebrating the 8.3 inches of rain so I had to close the window at about 3 AM.
This morning our front porch weather sensor which you can see by going to the link, clicking "Member Data," and viewing the Bluewater Cove point near "Camp Lejeune" was reading 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
That is actually pretty cool for the Crystal Coast in early September. Unfortunately there is some even cooler weather building up to the far north. Edmonton, Alberta is showing 36F this morning, and my friends in Montana are looking at 35F.
The good news is that we are supposed to warm up as the week moves toward the weekend.
We will be back in the middle eighties by the weekend, and it looks like we will remain dry.
The folks along the New Jersey coast will get the drenching rain that drowned out our Labor Day barbecues.
From the long range forecasts that I am reading at Accuweather it looks like we will have high temperatures in the middle eighties for the next couple of weeks. That is nearly perfect fall weather at least for fishing.
I better get the boat cleaned up and ready for some adventures.
It is a good thing that I got my main SOBX website update on our rainy Labor Day.