04/27 Ryan’s “Cool & Dry” Monday Night Forecast
The weather has been beautiful since the end of last week, but dry, breezy conditions are only helping the fire. Not much will change in that regard tonight, so expect a clear and drier low near 58 and calm winds. Tomorrow will warm slightly from today, high now up to 79 degrees with sunny skies.
WINDS REMAIN MODERATE AND FROM THE SOUTH, BUT WILL INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS A FRONT MOVES IN.
This front will carry with it a “marginal” risk of severe weather as it passes through, which is currently around an hour after sunrise. Unfortunately for the fire situation in Harrison County, this rain event won’t last long. It does look like whatever rain we get will be quite heavy though, so hopefully that will be enough to help out. Regardless, afterwards we’ll see a near perfect lead in to the weekend. Expect sunny days with highs in the mid 70s and lows near 60. It will steadily warm into next week, but still with plenty of sunshine.