02/27 Ryan’s “Clear For Now” Wednesday Night Forecast

It’s clear for now, but we’re not quite done with the clouds or the rain for the rest of the week. Clouds are already building to the west and will continue to thicken through the night.

ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT, BUT WILL BECOME POSSIBLE THUNDERSTORMS THURSDAY AFTERNOON AS THE RAIN CONTINUES.

The was a “marginal” threat for severe weather for Thursday, but that has since been downgraded to “thunderstorms possible.” At least a “marginal” threat returns as early as Friday night as fronts continue to train through the area over the weekend.

THE LAST FRONT MOVES THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT, BUT UNTIL THEN WE’LL CONTINUE TO SEE SCATTERED SHOWERS, LIKELY PATCHY FOG, AND CLOUDY/HUMID CONDITIONS.

By Monday morning the weather will improve rapidly as high pressure strengthens and northerly winds bring cooler and drier air. The ridge associated with this high pressure appears to linger for most of the week, meaning the cool, sunny weather will remain through Mardi Gras and towards the end of the week.

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