11/13 Ryan’s “Warm Weekend” Friday Night Forecast

The week finished a little cooler and drier, but it’ll warm this weekend as another front closes in. We’re already gaining a little on last night’s low, out of the low 50s and into the mid 50s with light winds.

Skies remain clear tonight, but light, upper-level cloud cover will begin drifting in.

We’ll see some of that by tomorrow afternoon, but still expecting a lot of sunshine and blue sky. Expect a warmer high near 81 for tomorrow afternoon, and another increase in humidity as a weak sea-breeze sets up.

I don’t expect any rain until a weak front moves through Sunday afternoon, and even then it’ll just be a slight chance.

That front will be completely through the area by the early afternoon on Sunday, and cooler and drier air will be rushing in. Expect highs to fall about 10 degrees, closer to the seasonal average of 70, while lows fall below average into the chilly 40s. This weather lingers thorugh the middle of the week, beginning to moderate by next weekend.

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