09/27 Ryan’s Tuesday Night Forecast

We still had a few showers and t-storms this afternoon, but once we go through the rest of Tuesday night we won’t see many more for a while. Upper level ridging and strong surface high pressure is moving in behind the front which is becoming stationary as it weakens overhead. Conditions become very similar from this point on. Expect nearly cloudless skies and gradually decreasing temperatures into the weekend. Peak effects of the high pressure will be felt on Friday where we’ll have a daytime high near 80, and a night time low in the low 60s. At that point those temperatures will slowly increase into the mid 80s by next Tuesday.

Still waiting on disturbance 1 to become the next tropical system, but Hurricane Hunters were unable to find a closed circulation. Formation all but assured by tomorrow afternoon.

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