05/24 Ryan’s “Misty” Monday Night Forecast

Not too bad for most of the weekend, but our nights will be noticeably more misty ahead. That’s due to continued moisture advection as a low pressure system lingers nearby to the west.

It won’t bring us any significant weather, but the positioning will cause most of the Southeast to be warmer and more humid each day.

Tonight will be the coolest with a low near 67 with mostly clear skies, with likely patchy fog. Tomorrow afternoon warms into the mid 80s with continued southerly winds and sunny skies. Fog won’t be much of an issue tonight, but the moisture will continue to rise so I wouldn’t be surprised to see dense fog sooner rather than later. Still, outside of am extremely low chance through the middle of the week rain will stay away.

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