03/13 Ryan’s “Post Frontal” Monday Night Forecast

Now that the rain is finished, we begin our “post frontal” segment of the forecast. Expect gradually decreasing cloud cover through the night, mostly clearing out by sunrise. Tomorrow will be sunny and cool, afternoon high near 64, with breezy winds coming from the North/Northwest. Tuesday night will be the coldest we’ll get with this particular airmass, dropping to 39 on the waterfront with inland areas falling slightly lower, though not close enough to be worried about freezing. Wednesday afternoon will round out the cooling trend, with an afternoon high in the upper 50s. Cloud cover will begin to move in on Thursday, and “return flow” will begin setting up a rise in temperatures through the weekend. I’m not expecting anything more than “mostly sunny” (one quarter sky coverage) throughout the entire forecast period and no chances of rain, so it’s shaping up to be a gorgeous few couple of days ahead. By Sunday, temperatures will have risen back into the mid 70s, and small chances of rain will begin popping up as mid-week approaches.

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