04/08 Ryan’s “Cloudy” Sunday Night Forecast

Cloudy skies remain after the weekend’s rain, and clear skies are expected soon. It’ll stay reasonably warm and cloudy though for the next day and a half, with temperatures lingering in the low-to-mid 70s and above average humidity, but high pressure will begin moving in as early as Tuesday afternoon. This will lead to slightly cooler weather, Wednesday high expected near 72, but with much clearer, sunnier skies. These pleasant conditions last for a few days, so while the skies remain largely clear, expect the temperature to begin rising steadily into the weekend. It won’t make it into the 80s though, because another cold front is moving in so the clouds will begin to gather Friday night and another round of storms is expected by Saturday afternoon. It’s too early to know if they’ll be severe, but we’re getting to that point where every storm system will have a chance of bringing dangerous weather, so as always we’ll keep you updated as that system develops. The skies won’t remain cloudy after this front though, as sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 60s will move in by Sunday!

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