02/13 Ryan’s “Mardi Gras” Tuesday Night Forecast

Happy Mardi Gras everyone! Clear and sunny skies greeted us today, but we’re beginning to see clouds move in from the West which will linger for a few days. The frontal boundary that moved through over the weekend is becoming stationary, but will move slightly to the North as it breaks down. This will bring increased cloud cover into the area through Thursday afternoon but it will begin to clear up as we head into the weekend. Expect Thursday afternoon and Friday to be sunnier, though some clouds will remain. Slight rain chances and increased cloud cover return Saturday after a weak front moves in, and it’s expected to linger in the area keeping those clouds and light showers in the area through Washington’s birthday. Afterwards, the cloud cover, temperatures, and rain chances will remain consistently scattered, warm, and low respectively into the middle of next week.

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