09/20 Ryan’s “Fall-Feeling” Tuesday Forecast

The “official” start of fall is less than 48 hours away, but we’ll get some “fall-feeling” weather a little early. Expect tonight’s low to fall near 72 on the waterfront, with inland areas breaking into the 60s. The sun will come out tomorrow though and remind us that summer exists, but upper level “ridging” and surface high pressure will help keep the skies mostly clear and the rain away. This pattern continues almost uninterrupted for the next week, but we will see a slight bump in cloud cover and rain chances as we head through the weekend.

Tropical Depression 13 became TS Lisa today, but neither her nor Karl is expected to have any impact on the Gulf Coast. Though residents of Bermuda look to be right in the path of Karl as he becomes a category 1 storm near the end of the week.

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