03/27 Ryan’s “Record High” Friday Forecast

We beat today’s record high temperature of 82 (2012) by one degree this afternoon, at it’ll be even warmer Saturday. Tomorrow’s record high is also 82, and I’m expecting to climb into the mid 80s ahead of a cold front.

But after two record breaking days in a row though, we’ll finally see some slight cooling on Sunday.

That front won’t be very strong, so expect only isolated showers and increased cloud cover. The humidity won’t drop much either, but another front will move in quickly, which has much drier air behind. Expect this front between Tuesday and Wednesday, with scattered showers and an isolated chance of thunderstorms. Highs will cool into the mid 70s by Wednesday, where we’ll linger for the rest of the week as the humidity slowly increases.

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