It’s definitely November. If you’ve got a roof on your boat, then you should still be able to get some time on the water as winds and waves Friday through Monday are looking relatively calm. But rain is possible each day from Friday to Monday, though you should get a brief dry period from late Friday morning to Friday night.

Lake temperatures will dip to the low 60s, but at least that means the continued decline of the harmful algal bloom. The latest update from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says bloom concentrations should continue to substantially decrease through Monday.

Check out the full forecast for the Cleveland area:

Friday, Nov. 3

High air temperature: 54 degrees

Water temperature: 61 degrees

Winds: 12 knots, 13 mph, from the north

Waves: 3 feet

Conditions: Chance of showers before 8 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 4

High air temperature: 60 degrees

Water temperature: 61 degrees

Winds: 10 knots, 11 mph, from the east later shifting from the southeast

Waves: 2 feet

Conditions: Chance of afternoon and evening showers

Sunday, Nov. 5

High air temperature: 64 degrees

Water temperature: 61 degrees

Winds: 12 knots, 13 mph, from the south later strengthening to 16 knots, 18 mph, from the south-southwest

Waves: 1 to 2 feet

Conditions: Chance of showers

Monday, Nov. 6

High air temperature: 62 degrees

Water temperature: 61 degrees

Winds: 14 knots, 15 mph, from the south-southwest later shifting from the west

Waves: 3 feet

Conditions: Chance of showers

For the full forecast in other Lake Erie zones, head to the National Weather Service’s marine forecast page to click on your specific area of interest.

(NOAA)