01/27 Ryan’s “Rapid Cooling” Wednesday Night Forecast

Expect big changes in tonight’s temperature as an area of rapid cooling moves in behind last night’s front. As I’m writing this, temperatures are 13 degrees cooler than this time yesterday and we have a long night ahead. Expect the low to fall to 37 degrees, with a wind-chill near 30 thanks to a brisk northerly wind.

This influx of drier air has already pushed the clouds away, meaning you can expect sunny skies for tomorrow…just don’t expect it to warm much.

The afternoon high will only climb into the mid 50s, with an even colder night ahead. That’s where this “cold snap” ends though, as our next front moves in quickly. That means above average highs and lows for the weekend with increased clouds and low rain chances. Even that change will be short-lived, because we’ll begin cooling quickly through the start of next week.

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