I'm not so much a skeptic of psychic ability as I am of individuals who profess to have the ability but don't. I've had psychic readings done as a skeptic and found them to be highly accurate, so I'm open to the possibility of it at all times. And oddly for a skeptic, I've read the cards for myself with people who have absolutely no belief in psychic abilities and been dead-on. So dead-on they were scared.
I'm very much open to the possibility that psychic abilities exist simply because I'm aware that absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. I was born a synaesthete, and when I was born, synaesthesia was regarded as a result of behavioural conditioning and didn't exist in scientific terms. A skeptic would've told me that I saw letters and numbers and music in colour because I was conditioned that way. Science, however, developed the means to understand synaesthesia and it became a recognised neurological phenomenon. By the time I was about fourteen the whole community was going nuts over it.
I see pretty much everything in that light now: just because it can't be proved now, doesn't mean it won't become scientific fact next year, two years or ten years down the line.