04/20 Ryan’s “Cool, Calm” Monday Night Forecast

Today was all about the clearing skies as drier air moved in leading to tonight’s cool, calm conditions. It won’t cool much from where we were last night though, just around a degree or so to near 60. Tomorrow will remain mostly sunny and drier, but will warm back into the low 80s. These changes are all happening rather quickly due to another approaching front.

CURRENT TIMING BRINGS IT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING, BUT SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED OVERNIGHT WEDNESDAY.

Severe risk isn’t as high as we’ve seen the last two weekends, but will be at least “marginal” in the early morning hours. We’ll continue to monitor this situation as it develops. Afterwards, it cools a little more heading into the weekend, but another rapid front brings 80 degree highs and slight chance of showers back by Saturday. That one leaves quickly though, so expect to start next week with drier air and sunny skes.

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