03/19 Ryan’s “Last Night of Winter” Sunday Night Forecast

While tonight may be the last “official” night of Winter, in reality it feels like it’s been over for longer. Tonight will be no exception, as temperatures will remain in the mid 50s along the waterfront and patchy fog is expect to develop during the calm overnight hours. Don’t expect any fog to linger into the afternoon since the afternoon soon will heat things up rather quickly. The high will top out on the coastline in the mid 70s, while inland areas will be closer to 80. Expect temperatures in both of these areas to slowly increase through the week as a ridge continues to move across the area, bringing sinking air into the region. While there is a possibility that a trough will bring a weak front through the area on Thursday, the next significant chance of rain arrives on Saturday, and it’s too early to rule out strong t-storms with this system. Overall, Spring arrives with plenty of sun, and gradually increasing temps and humidity values will begin approaching the “uncomfortable” levels before long, so enjoy this upcoming week!

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