04/21 Ryan’s “Pre-Frontal” Friday Night Forecast

Today may have been another in a long string of great days, but we’ll begin feeling the effects of tomorrow’s frontal passage soon. Expect tonight to remain mostly clear and warm, low near 69, with light patchy fog developing during the calm, early morning hours. Tomorrow afternoon will being mostly sunny, and temperatures will continue their slow climb into the mid 80s, but showers will begin by sunset, though no severe weather is expected.

This front will move fully through the area by sunrise on Sunday, and cooler & drier weather will begin moving in immediately. While some clouds will linger into the late morning & early afternoon, expect rapid clearing through the rest of the day and a “cool” afternoon high near 72. The relatively cooler and drier conditions last until at least Monday, but temperatures will climb back into the 80s by Tuesday. Clear and sunny conditions last into Thursday, but we’ll begin seeing the chance of afternoon showers & storms popping back up by next Friday.

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