11/12 Ryan’s “Chilly” Thursday Night Forecast

Only cool last night, but continued cold air advection is bringing chilly lows to finish off the week. Expect clear skies and calm winds tonight with a low near 52 degrees. Tomorrow will continue the cooling trend as the high falls to 77, which is still considerably above average. So things did get cooler and drier after the front, just not really noticeably so just yet.

As we go through the end of the week and into the next, expect the temperature and humidity to slowly climb back to “muggy” levels.

That means a high approaching 80 for Sunday, but that’s right when our next front moves in. This one doesn’t have a lot of activity associated with it, but a few showers are possible as it passes during the afternoon. Afterwards, expect much more cooler, drier weather as the highs and lows fall to the seasonal average for most of next week.

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