02/28 Ryan’s “March Eve” Sunday Night Forecast

Not a whole lot will have changed from the end of February to the beginning of March tomorrow, but that changes soon. Won’t be the first half of the week though. Expect warm, cloudy weather to continue through the night, with a low near 65 and more widespread, dense fog. Tomorrow will be more of the same as well with significantly higher than average temps (high near 75), but more consistent shower activity is moving in as well.

Expect showers after noon with the possibility of a thunderstorm, but the bulk of our weekly activity will come Tuesday.

Neither event will likely bring severe weather. By Wednesday the skies will begin to clear. We’ll also see our first “lower than average” afternoon high in quite some time, ranging from the low to mid 60s through the end of the week. Expect nights will fall into the chilly 40s for the first time in over a week by then as well.

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