09/10 Ryan’s “Mostly Clear” Thursday Night Forecast

Today was the last truly dry and mostly clear day we’ll see for a while as a rainy weather pattern moves in. Tonight, expect a few clouds with light northeasterly winds and a low near 75. Tomorrow, our first decent chance of active weather in some time. Expect to see increasing clouds throughout the day, with scattered showers in the afternoon and a high near 89.

A TROPICAL DISTURBANCE IS BRINGING MOISTURE INTO THE GULF AROUND THIS TIME, BUT DEVELOPMENT ISN’T LIKELY.

This will however be the first of many easterly waves moving through. That means we’ll see these rainy, stormy conditions lingering over the Gulf Coast for the next week. After this first wave passes, we’ll see another in the Gulf a few days later. That will be followed by an early week cold front, but it’ll just stall out and linger until at least Thursday. So that means for the next seven days, rain chances won’t fall below 40%.

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