02/04 Ryan’s “Muggy” Monday Night Forecast

We’re starting off the work week with muggy and warm weather with little change expected all week long.

Evening lows will remain nearly 20 degrees above average until at least Thursday with foggy conditions expected each night.

Afternoons until that time will also remain well above average, in the 70s, with cloudy skies and scattered showers. These consistent conditions are due to a persistent southerly wind from a stalled high to our east and fronts from the west pushing into the Southeast, but not passing though and only trapping more and more moisture along the coast.

Relief will finally arrive in the form of a slightly stronger front by Thursday night.

This front likely won’t bring any severe weather, but is trailed by an Arctic airmass and will usher in cooler and drier air. Even though the air is Arctic we won’t see much of a cool down, or even any really significant clearing. Expect to only fall into the upper 50s/low 60s for the weekend with mostly sunny skies, but temperatures near 70, cloudy skies, and scattered showers quickly resume control by the beginning of next week.

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