02/18 Ryan’s “Freezing” Thursday Night Forecast
After only two nights above freezing, we’re about to take another dip below 32 degrees. A frontal system passed by yesterday, bringing a few thunderstorms first, but now some much cooler, drier air. Expect tonight’s low to fall to 31 degrees on the waterfront and into the upper 20s inland. Factoring in our still brisk northerly wind at 10-15 miles per hour, it’ll actually feel more like the upper teens at its coldest. The wind weakens slightly into the afternoon, but it’ll remain cool to chilly at 50 degrees for the high.
While that weaker wind is certainly a boon, expect the air temperature to be even lower Friday night…down into the upper 20s.
At this point though we’ll begin a rather rapid warming trend. Saturday adds a few degrees, with even more warming on Sunday. A front is moving in Monday evening that’ll likely carry a little shower activity, but not much else. Expect only slight cooling on the backside, with rapid warming moving in towards the end of the week. High next Thursday will be nearly 70 degrees as clouds gather.