09/09 Ryan’s “Last Dry Day” Friday Forecast

The good news is that we’ll see a drier and clear evening after today’s beautiful afternoon, the bad news is today was the last dry day and our humidity is returning. Temperatures will finally return to the 90s as early as Saturday, and we’ll see a small chance of afternoon showers/storms for the first time in a few days. Showers and thunderstorms become more likely as we begin next week, as a cold front will begin sliding into the area, before stalling out and eventually diffusing through the beginning of the week. The Storm Prediction Center has not raised our severe threat above “T-storms possible,” but conditions may become conducive for some stronger storms including damaging winds and lightning.

The NHC has also increased the likelihood of tropical development with disturbance 1 to 70% over the next two days, so it will likely become our next named system as it continues to develop over the weekend and the beginning of next week. We will continue to keep you updated.

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