04/13 Ryan’s “Windy” Tuesday Night Forecast

Quite windy after our active afternoon, but even more rainy, stormy weather lies ahead this week. Won’t see any for the rest of the night though as skies clear for a few hours. Expect partly cloudy skies with a low near 60 degrees by sunrise with likely patchy fog.

Skies won’t remain very clear for long though, with cloudy skies and heavy rain expected tomorrow afternoon.

That’ll bring another “cooler” afternoon high, falling to 73 as we start the day with increasing clouds and rain chances. Severe weather appears unlikely with a “marginal” risk at the highest in the area, but it isn’t impossible. Biggest threat to the area will be flooding potential as the rain keeps piling up through the middle of the week. Looks like we could see upward of 2-4″ in the area by Friday afternoon, and Flash Flood Watches have been issued.

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