09/24 Ryan’s “Drying, Cooling” Thursday Night Forecast

Fall has been here since Tuesday morning, but it’ll finally feel like fall after it finishes drying and cooling. A cold front attached to what used to be Tropical Storm Beta is through, and cooling has begun.

THIS FIRST ROUND OF COOLING WON’T BE TOO SIGNIFICANT, BUT IT’LL BE REINFORCED LATER ON IN THE WEEK.

For tonight, expect clearing skies and a cooler low near 66. Winds will be light and northwesterly, but will calm through the night leading to inland fog. Tomorrow will be particularly beautiful after our long, cloudy week. Expect mostly sunny skies as only a few clouds will linger, with a warm high near 82.

TEMPERATURES WILL WARM SLIGHTLY SATURDAY AHEAD OF OUR NEXT COLD FRONT, AND SUNDAY IS LOOKING A LITTLE RAINY AS IT PASSES THROUGH.

Thunderstorms will be possible, and it seems severe weather will be too, so stay tuned in that regard. After that front we’ll see sunny skies nearly all week long, as another front arrives by the middle of the week with even more dry air.

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