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A watch was upgraded to a warning last evening and in spite of remaining in warning status, the variables that prompted the change in designation have reverted back to where we started. While no doubt clear of the bipolar post tropical cyclone, the range of speculated forecasts are based on the overall reach of winds from the center of this system which remains +/- 300 miles offshore.

Our current conditions are not all that different than yesterday save for the sun having been pushed out of the equation entirely. The winds remain in the 8-12 mph range and a light rain is expected shortly.

The latest models show peak sustained winds in the upper 20 mph range occurring mid to late afternoon and holding steady through later on this evening where they look to diminish heading into early Tuesday.