10/14 Ryan’s “Barely Warmer” Wednesday Night Forecast

Nice and crisp this morning thanks to cooler, drier air, but it will begin warming as early as tonight…barely. In fact, the warming trend will begin as early as tonight! Skies will remain mostly clear, but a few clouds will start moving in as the low rises to 60 degrees. Tomorrow will remain relatively drier, but will warm to near 83, a few degrees above the seasonal average.

THAT’S WHERE IT STOPS THOUGH, BECAUSE ANOTHER COLD FRONT WILL BE MOVING THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING.

This one will be a little stronger than the last, bringing highs from the low 80s into the low 70s by Saturday. It’ll also be another dry front, so there won’t be much (if any) rain as it moves through. Sadly, this “perfect” fall weather won’t last long either. Return flow begins as early as Saturday night, and we’ll see the temperature, humidity, and rain chances slowly climb into Tuesday, when the next front moves in. Still not expecting much rain with this one either, chances lingering near 30%.

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