10/15 Ryan’s “Warmest, Wettest” Monday Night Forecast

Today was the warmest and wettest we’ll see over the next week or so, but we’ll see even more cool and dry air before it’s said and done.

EXPECT ONLY ISOLATED SHOWERS AND DECENT CLOUD COVER FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS, AND WE’LL BEGIN SEEING SIGNIFICANT CLEARING AND DRYING AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING.

This air mass shift will be short-lived though. Another cold front will begin moving in as soon as Friday, and will bring another round of showers and thunderstorms to the Gulf Coast. After this second front, we’ll enjoy even cooler weather than we did last weekend as afternoon highs fall into the mid 70s and our evening low bottoms out in the low 50s.

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