04/27 Ryan’s “Foggy” Tuesday Night Forecast

We’re in for another foggy night ahead as continued deep, southerly flow pushes more moisture inland. This won’t be changing anytime soon either as the front with our drier air is days away. So, while there are no official advisories just yet, I’d be shocked not to see Dense Fog again tomorrow morning. Scattered cloud cover will linger as well, along with a muggy low near 69 degrees.

The warming trend continues into tomorrow as well with the high climbing into the low 80s on the waterfront, mid-to-upper 80s inland.

The humidity will continue to inch upwards until our next front moves in. Earlier it looked like this would be Thursday night, but it is slowing. I still believe it’ll be on its way out in time to bring us a drier start to the weekend than we’ve been seeing though. It’ll also cool things down a bit, bringing highs out of the 80s and into the 70s again.

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