02/10 Ryan’s “Low Visibility” Wednesday Night Forecast

Dense Fog Advisories are in place as we head into another night with low visibility and cloudy skies. Not expecting much rain mixed in with tonight’s cloudy skies, only around 20% with a warm low near 62.

Dense fog will linger into the late morning, only retreating out over the water as it warms.

Tomorrow will be one of the rainiest we’ve seen in a while. Expect a warm high near 73, with cloudy skies and a 70% chance of showers and thunderstorms. None of these are expected to be severe, but hail isn’t impossible as we saw earlier today. These wet conditions will carry through Saturday, but will start clearing as next week rolls around. That’s also when we’ll see a significant air mass change though, as highs fall into the 40s and lows into the low 30s/upper 20s by next Monday night.

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