04/12 Ryan’s “Last Clear” Monday Night Forecast

I hope you enjoyed all the sunny days over the weekend and today, because it’s the last clear one this week. Clouds will begin moving in overnight, thickening substantially through tomorrow afternoon. That’ll lead to a slightly warmer low than last night’s, now near 59 degrees. Expect the temperature to lower slightly as cloud cover and rain chances increase into tomorrow, but still warm at 76.

I’m not expecting much rain on average tomorrow, but a few localized areas (especially to the west) could see higher totals.

Regardless of Tuesday’s rain, Wednesday will be even wetter as the first of two waves moves in. This one will bring deep moisture, so heavy rain will be the main threat, but a few thunderstorms are possible. This carries over into Thursday as the second wave arrives, but things begin to clear up by the end of the week.

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