10/30 Ryan’s “Gradual Warming” Monday Night Forecast

The last few days have been mild and dry, but we’ll see gradual increases to our temperature and humidity all week long as another front moves in. “Return flow” already set up this afternoon after the surface high moved far enough East to shift winds to the South, but the dewpoints are not much higher in the Gulf, so these changes will be gradual. While not much of an issue tonight, expect to begin seeing fog develop in the overnight/early morning hours, especially after the front stalls over the area after Wednesday. Temperatures slowly climb back into the lower 80s as the week rolls on, but little change is expected in the short term as the next front won’t be moving through until the first week of November is over.

Only one disturbance is currently in the tropics, and no impact from this storm is expected at this time.

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