11/15 Ryan’s “Chilly, Fall” Friday Evening Forecast
Last night/this morning’s front will bring another chilly, fall night in the before it begins warming up. Tonight’s low will fall to 35 degrees on the waterfront under clear skies and with light winds.
Inland areas will cool a bit more, so steps should be taken to protect particularly sensitive vegetation as a light frost is likely.
From there conditions begin warming for nearly the entire forecast period. A couple of dry fronts will keep warming from getting too out of hand, but we’ll climb steadily into the mid-70s by Thursday. That’s when, for the fourth week in a row, another early Friday morning front moves in to bring another round of cooling and clearing for the weekend.