02/15 Ryan’s “Record High/Dense Fog” Thursday Night Forecast

It’s still not technically official, it’s clear we broke today’s record high temperature set in 1957 by three degrees with a high of 78. Tomorrow’s record high is at 77 degrees, set in 1982, and my forecast has us breaking that one as well. While every day will be warm and humid, we will have subtle differences that will keep it interesting. A weak front is moving through tomorrow evening which will have almost no chance of rain, but will bring slightly cooler and drier conditions for Saturday, lowering temperatures into the lower 70s and opening up the skies for just a few hours. Another front moves through between Saturday night and Sunday afternoon bringing only slight chances of rain, but the boundary becomes stationary and lingers for several days after. Expect almost every day next week to be at least partly cloudy, with temperatures in the low-to-mid 70s and above average humidity.

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