03/16 Ryan’s “Rainy Weekend” Friday Evening Forecast

It had to happen sometime, and as of this morning we traded our sunny and dry weather for a rainy weekend. The rain began early, will continue off-and-on through the rest of the evening and overnight, and the humid wind from the South will keep nighttime temperatures in the mid-60s. Tomorrow doesn’t get any better because the cold front pushes into the area, but not completely through, meaning the cloud cover and spotty showers will remain and even increase into Sunday. That’s when another frontal system will be moving in from the West, and right now the highest chance we’ll have for severe weather and/or stronger thunderstorms will be overnight on Sunday. The front itself won’t pass through until a full 24 hours later, but when it finally does we’ll see rapid cooling and clearing through Tuesday and into the middle of the week. Expect these new conditions to be very similar to the last few days with drier air, plenty of sun, and afternoon highs in the upper 60s. Return flow sets up by Friday though, so expect a humidity bump and temperatures to return to the low 70s for next weekend.

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