09/28 Ryan’s “Dreary” Friday Night Forecast

Since today was just as gloomy as yesterday, I had to consult the thesaurus and decided on “dreary” for today. The stationary boundary has settled in and will linger over the coastline for the next few days.

RAIN CHANCES WILL BEGIN DWINDLING, BUT THE CLOUD COVER WILL STAY CONSISTENT UNTIL THE START OF NEXT WEEK.

Basically your weekend weather will be the same each day; expect at least partly sunny skies and a slightly higher than normal chance of afternoon showers for through Monday. At that point conditions begin to improve quickly and dramatically. Sunny skies and drier air moves in and remains from next Tuesday into the weekend. Temperatures will be slightly cooler as well, lingering in the upper 80s and giving us a break from the 90s. Cruisin’ the Coast 2018 is getting started at just the right time to take advantage of this air mass shift.

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