10/12 Ryan’s Wednesday Night Forecast

It’s going to be a cool Wednesday night, with areas of patchy fog developing over land locked areas. The low temperature will bottom out near 61 along the waterfront, with inland areas dropping into the upper 50s. High pressure remains in the area, so expect slightly warmer tempreatures and clear skies through the weekend. Frontal boundaries stay off to the North, but we’ll see a slight increase in cloud cover and a small chance of showers on Sunday. To start next week, we’ll have slightly above normal temperatures, near 84 under mostly sunny skies.

Nicole continues to strengthen and is now a Category 4 storm. A direct hit on Bermuda is expected tomorrow, with potentially devastating damage. We’ll be monitoring that situation as it develops. No local tropical threats are expected over the next week or more.

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