09/30 Ryan’s “Cool, but Warmer” Wednesday Night Forecast

Our long stretch of cool fall weather continues, but it will get a little warmer tonight and tomorrow. That’s due to “return” flow setting up as a weak, dry front moves through Thursday evening. It’ll only be a small increase though, so still expect a cool night with a low near 56 and calm winds. Tomorrow’s high brings us back into the low 80s, but won’t go any higher from there thanks to the front. At most we’ll see a bit of an increase in cloud cover, but absolutely no rain as it passes. Winds will pick up though, expect at least a few gusts as high as 20 mph from the north.

THE COOLER, DRIER AIR BEHIND THE FRONT WILL BRING AFTERNOON HIGHS DOWN INTO THE MID 70S AGAIN, BUT NIGHTS REALLY COOL DOWN WITH LOWS FALLING AS LOW AS 50 FRIDAY NIGHT.

This cool blast guarantees a perfect fall weekend, and the mild, dry weather continues well into next week. It’ll actually be next Wednesday before even a slight chance of a stray shower returns.

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