Local summer is upon us and it's an area tradition that's savored. However, that probably won't start until mid-week, since the rain forecast and, yes, thunderstorms, are looking like a pretty sure thing, according to the National Weather Service.
The troll, uh, weather service, says that some of these scattered thunderstorms predicted could produce gusty winds and heavy rain. That threat moves into Tuesday.
But, the rest of the week is lookin' good, with clear skies, sun and moderate temperatures in the high 70s.
And that means … Let local summer begin. Here's the tide table for Sea Bright for today into tomorrow, for those of you are venturing to the water somewhere in between the raindrops, or just want to know:
We'll bring you the tide table daily for the rest of the week, as usual.
And here's some sun and moon information from www.tides4fishing.com: "The lunar phase is a Waning Crescent. Today we will have 13 hours and 0 minutes of sun. The solar transit will be at 12:55 pm and the length of time the moon will be visible will be 13 hours and 59 minutes."
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