11/02 Ryan’s “Chilly” Monday Evening Forecast
The weekend wasn’t too bad, but after Sunday’s front we’re in for a few chilly nights. Cooler, drier air filtered in throughout the day, so we’re looking at a low near 40 on the waterfront with light, northerly winds. That means inland areas will fall into the upper-to-mid 30s, not too far from freezing. Tomorrow’s high will remain “below average” as well, but only by a degree at 69.
Dry air will continue to keep clouds away, and this pattern persists for most of the week.
By Wednesday though we’ll start to see some changes. The high will have shifted east by then, so expect southerly winds to begin increasing the humidity. It won’t feel too significant, but dewpoints will begin to rise through the rest of the week and into the next.
This trend continues until around next Tuesday, when our next front closes in.
This will likely bring a round of storms, but may still be on the dry side as well. Stay tuned for developments on this front, and the long-term forecast for Hurricane Eta.