10/30 Ryan’s “Disturbed” Wednesday Night Forecast
Generally disturbed weather has been in place for most of the day, and it isn’t in any hurry to leave. The warm front moved through this afternoon, but there’s still a cold front just now moving into the Southeast. That means the cloud cover, showers, and thunderstorms will linger into tomorrow morning. Thankfully the cold front moves through by lunchtime (some models as early as 5 AM), and conditions will improve rapidly into the afternoon.
SO WE’LL START HALLOWEEN IN THE UPPER 60S, FALL INTO THE MID 50S BY THE EVENING, AND END UP IN THE UPPER 30S BY SUNRISE FRIDAY.
I don’t expect any active rain for Trick or Treating, but it will still be a bit damp from the earlier rain as well as breezy and cold. After the front, the weather couldn’t be better. Expect sunny afternoons with highs in the mid 60s through the weekend, only rising into the low 70s again by the start of next week.