02/08 Ryan’s “Wet & Warmer” Monday Night Forecast

The weather has been inconsistent for the last few days, but will won’t change much now as warmer air moves in. Last night’s short-term cooling and drying is over, so now we’re beginning a warming trend that’ll continue for most of the week.

Expect tonight to be over 10 degrees warmer than it was last night, low near 55 early in the morning.

By sunrise we’ll be nearly to 60, reaching our high of 69 degrees tomorrow afternoon. The skies will start cloudy, but will clear into the night. That means rain chances tonight and tomorrow morning, but dry throughout the day.

Cloudy skies don’t stay away for long, as rain chances and clouds arrive again by Wednesday evening.

This wet period will be a little longer, lasting through Friday and into Saturday before cooler, drier air moves in. This is the system we’ve been talking about bringing a low chance of winter weather…and that still holds.

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