Cristobal is moving many hundreds of miles off our coast taking its rain and wind with it to our east. However, the slow movement and long duration off the East Coast will mean significant rip currents the next couple of days so be careful while at the beach this weekend!
With the storm leaving and a front approaching we will see warmer readings moving in. Inland spots will be up near 90 tomorrow with lower 80s at the Coast. Most of us will be somewhere inbetween those values. It should be at least partly sunny.
Friday will cool back down a few degrees before it goes up near 90 again over the weekend and into next week. The approaching front will bring more moisture which combined with the higher temperatures will mean a higher chance that you will need the umbrella.
The chances of rain are about 20% for Saturday and Sunday and then 30% for Labor Day.