10/17 Ryan’s “Cloudy & Cool” Thursday Forecast

Much more fall-like weather out there with today’s cool afternoon high, but it’s still cloudy due to an approaching low. This tropical disturbance won’t be very strong, but will be enough to increase rain chances and wind speeds through Saturday morning.

TEMPERATURES WILL STAY COOLER TOMORROW, IN THE LOW 70S, BUT WINDS AS HIGH AS 40 MPH AND SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ARE LIKELY AS THIS STORM PASSES JUST SOUTHEAST OF US EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.

So while coastal flooding, gusting winds, and localized heavy rain will be issues tomorrow, things will clear up pretty quickly by Saturday night. Temperatures will keep climbing into the low 80s by Monday, but that’s just in time for another front to bring in some cooler, drier air. Expecting some showers with this front, but it looks pretty dry right now.

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