09/26 Ryan’s Monday Evening Forecast

Showers and storms moved into the area late in the afternoon and still persist here on Monday evening, but are weakening significantly. Due to the front moving through the area and stalling out as it loses upper level support, we’ll start with another cloudy day tomorrow and even see some showers in the afternoon. However, we’ll begin seeing the effects of high pressure moving into the area tomorrow night as our skies gradually clear and temperatures continue to slide down the thermometer. The upper level ridging and surface high pressure will reach its peak by Friday, where we can expect a daytime high near 81, and an evening low in the 60s.

As far as the tropics go, the named storms from last week have dissipated, and now three new areas of disturbed weather have popped up. One of these has a significant chance of becoming our next named storm and, at this time, is expected to enter the Caribbean Sea within the next 4 days. We will monitor and advise as needed.

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