09/19 Ryan’s “Not Wet?” Wednesday Forecast

I’m usually naming these forecasts something clever and alliterative like “Wet Wednesday,” so today’s “not wet” Wednesday feels more appropriate than just saying “it’s dry.”

The sea breeze set up in the afternoon as expected but didn’t generate any significant showers.

A few reflective blips did pop up from time to time, but lasted no longer than a few minutes in each case. This convective inhibition was due to the strengthening surface high pressure and mid-to-upper level dry air.

Both of these factors will begin to weaken over the next few days as a cold front moves in, and it’s moving so slowly it seems the frontal effects will be felt for a while.

Expect it to remain drier (or “not wet,” lol) for the rest of the week, but cooler conditions and higher rain chances move in as we head through the weekend and into next week.

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