03/19 Ryan’s “Cloudy, But Dry” Friday Night Forecast

Normally when a front moves through we see some clearing and drying, but this time we still have cloudy skies. The won’t last much longer though, so expect to see noticeable clearing by tomorrow afternoon. Tonight will be the coolest of the week, with a low near 48 and calming northerly wind. The wind will shift more easterly by tomorrow afternoon as things begin to clear, with a warmer, but still mild high near 65.

Skies continue to clear into the night, and will remain clear through all of Sunday.

Clouds will start building back in earnest by Tuesday as our next front closes in. This one will be crawling by the time it reaches the Southeast, so expect it to take a couple of days to get through. Rain chances are still at “scattered” levels by Thursday, but improve as we head into next weekend.

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