10/03 Ryan’s “Clearing” Tuesday Forecast

No surprises with the forecast so far this week as yesterday’s clouds are clearing for a beautiful week. A few upper level clouds are moving North to South across the area, but won’t linger for any significant amount of time. Overall the night will be mostly clear, still a bit breezy, and a little cooler as well with a low near 69. Tomorrow will be very similar to this afternoon, with light cloud cover, plenty of sun, and drier air. We’ll see a gradual warming through the week, but the sky conditions won’t change until Saturday, when a few clouds will begin moving in ahead of a cold front. It looks like we could see a few showers on Sunday and Monday, but Tuesday looks much clearer and cooler, high near 82.

A disturbance popped up in the SW Caribbean sea, and has a 70% of formation in the next few days. The current track of this storm has it coming immediately West of South Mississippi, and while this system is still a long ways out, it is still very concerning. It’s too early to make any responsible forecast as far as landfall area and intensity, but we will continue to update you on the situation as it changes.

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