04/21 Ryan’s “Chilly” Wednesday Night Forecast

We haven’t seen many recently, but we’re in for a clear, chilly night ahead. Expect the low to fall to near 43 degrees with tonight’s light, northerly wind and clear skies. Tomorrow doesn’t change much from the last few beautiful afternoons, but will be a bit cooler with a high near 68.

Cloud cover will begin to build on the back end of Thursday, but rain won’t arrive for another day.

Expect a few showers to pop up late into the evening Friday night, though it’s Saturday morning we really need to watch. It looks like this storm will be moving in around Sunrise, and does bring a low chance of severe weather.

The timing is unfortunate because if anything does occur it’ll be passing through when many are asleep.

If you don’t already have it, our weather app is a good tool to have during these situations. It can alert you, quite loudly, if warnings are issued for your area. It could be just enough to make all the difference in a bad situation, so please download it for free if you’d like. Just search “WXXV Weather” on your Apple or Android device. Regardless of what happens Saturday morning, the evening will be clearing rapidly and next week starts sunny and dry.

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