03/26 Ryan’s “Technically Drier” Friday Night Forecast

Tonight will be even more humid than last night, but technically it is going to be “drier” as the rain stops. It won’t be for long though, and even then we still have a slight chance of a stray shower through tomorrow afternoon. Expect a warm, humid low tonight near 68 with dense inland and sea fog. Tomorrow afternoon remains warm and humid, high now rising to 78 under cloudy skies.

The dense fog will linger into the late morning/early afternoon, especially on the coast where it will retreat for the day.

Unfortunately, our technically drier trend only lasts a day as another front closes in by Sunday afternoon. This one brings another chance of showers and thunderstorms, and will sadly stall over the area like the last few, keeping clouds and rain in place for most of next week. After one more burst of activity on Wednesday afternoon, some cooler and drier air finally returns.

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