03/08 Ryan’s “Frosty” Thursday Evening Forecast

It’s going to be a bit frosty tonight as light winds and clear skies combine for maximum radiational cooling. Frost will be patchy in the Southern counties, but George and Stone already have Frost Advisories issued. Just beyond our Northern coastal counties a Freeze Warning has been issued, showing how close we came to some true Winter weather as we close in on Spring. Tomorrow will remain mostly sunny and drier, but “return flow” begins to set up in the later part of the afternoon as the Southern ridge axis pushes further East of us bringing in Southerly winds. A cold front will move into the Southeast by Saturday afternoon, and a few showers and thunderstorms are expected, though any official severe weather threats remain to the Northeast. Showers will continue into Sunday morning, but we’ll cool and clear rapidly as we head into next week.

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