04/23 Ryan’s “Clearing” Sunday Night Forecast

Skies remain cloudy for the moment, but they’ll continue to clear through the night and will lead to a clear and sunny afternoon tomorrow. Expect the low tonight to fall to 54 on the coastline with inland areas dropping to the low 50s & upper 40s. Due to dry air and stronger winds, fog formation is not expected tonight, but will likely resume by mid-week. Tomorrow’s high will max out near 79 on the waterfront, but inland areas will certainly break into the 80s. The air will remain drier though, so the conditions are expected to remain pleasant through Wednesday before the humidity gets back to “normal.”

As with last week, we’ll see gradual warming each day as well as small increase to the humidity. We’ll warm into the mid-80s before a cold front moves in on Thursday, but even that front will have very little effect and we’ll be nearly into the upper-80s by the weekend.

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