10/23 Ryan’s “Perfect Fall” Wednesday Forecast

You won’t find a much more perfect fall day than what we enjoyed this afternoon. Skies were clear, the sun was shining, and temperatures were right in that “not too hot, not too cool” range.

Tomorrow will similar for most of the day, but clouds will increase throughout the day and showers will start popping up ahead of a cold front.

We’re also seeing a tropical wave moving out of the Southern Gulf and into the Northern around that time, so rainfall totals will be enhanced. Expect between 2-4″ on average, but localized areas could see higher if any storms linger or “train” over an area.

The rain will slowly taper off by Saturday afternoon, and the weather will once again improve dramatically.

Expect next week to be sunny, drier, and cooler with highs in the low-to-mid 70s and nights in the high 50s and low 60s.

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