09/23 Ryan’s “Fall Friday” Forecast

Today is the first Fall Friday and, as expected, it started off sunny, clear, and drier. Right around four in the afternoon, showers started to pop up in the inland areas right along the waterfront. These storms were entirely heat driven and didn’t last long, but we’ll see more and more of them as the high pressure in the area continues to erode and a cold front moves in on the area. I’m expecting the front to split, slow, and eventually pass through, but about a day later than previously expected. Tuesday and Wednesday of next week will be cloudy and rainy, but drier air and some afternoon highs in the mid to low 80s will move in right after.

TD Lisa and TS Karl are still heading NE into the Central Atlantic, and Disturbance #1 is moving westward at 20-25 mph and is expected to enter a favorable tropical area by next week.

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