With some fog around now, then mostly cloudy skies with a slim chance of a shower, expect a high around 71, and an east wind around 5 mph.
The situation with Hurricane Jose is becoming clearer as we get closer to the onset of the storm. Rainfall is going to be the main impact here: I would expect 0.75″ to 1.75″ rain, but that could go up (or down). The heaviest rain is most likely to occur Tuesday night into Wednesday, but depending on the exact locations of various variables, another period of heavy rain cannot be ruled out Wednesday night into very early Thursday – but that is less likely. In any case, things should be clearing up by mid-morning Thursday if we are not there already. Some minor flooding is possible in vulnerable areas, but nothing significant is expected around here.
In terms of wind, expect a northeast wind at 10-20 mph with peak gusts at 30-45 mph. Sustained tropical storm force winds are not likely, but cannot be ruled out if there is a last minute jog in the storm track much closer to the coast. Some minor wind damage is possible, mainly of the nature you would see with many strong but not severe thunderstorms (maybe a few small branches down, probably some sticks from trees, perhaps a particularly vulnerable lawn chair). I am not expecting anything too crazy with wind damage.
The 5 day forecast is dominated by Jose, with things becoming decent again by midday Thursday. Friday is shaping up to be a nice day.
Have a great day!