01/19 Ryan’s “Trending Up” Tuesday Night Forecast
We’re now going to be trending warmer than usual, and as the temperature rises so will the humidity. It still won’t be very humid, but as we cool we’ll get close enough to the dewpoint to develop light fog. There will be a few locally dense areas, so not a major issue but visibility will be affected. Temperature-wise it’ll continue to trend upwards. Expect tonight’s low to fall to near 45 degrees, while tomorrow’s stays the same as cloud cover increases.
Active weather still not expected until Thursday afternoon, but cloud cover will increase significantly Wednesday night.
Even as the rain arrives, no significant accumulation or severe weather is expected. Friday will be the wettest day with a 40% chance of of-and-on light rain, tapering off into the weekend. This’ll last until the start of next week, when we’ll see another burst of warmer air ahead of our next front…bringing temperatures to near 70 by Monday.