01/09 Ryan’s “Warmer & Drier” Monday Night Forecast
After a weekend filled with “hard freeze” warnings and winter weather, it was nice to start things off a bit warmer and drier. Tonight will remain relatively warmer as well, with a low near 51 and Southeasterly winds. As the high pressure center over the East Coast continues to push East, expect southerly winds to increase and continue to pool moisture into the area. This will make our afternoons more humid and our evenings warmer, but no frontal passage is expected until the weekend or later. Other than the chance of some scattered showers and evening sea fog from Tuesday night through Friday, we’ll see little active weather this week.