11/18 Ryan’s “Cool, Calm” Wednesday Evening Forecast

Another cool evening ahead before our chilly nighttime conditions move in. Overall it’ll be about a degree warmer than last night, but still in the low-to-mid 40s so barely noticeable. The warming trend becomes a little more obvious tomorrow as highs warm out of the upper 60s and into the low 70s. Still, it initially won’t be by much, but we’ll be very close to 80 degrees as we begin next week.

Nights will have climbed into the low 60s by that time as well thanks to the rising humidity, but that’s where it stops as our next front moves in.

Current timing brings this one through Monday morning, along with at least a 20% chance of showers. This chance lingers for the next few days, keeping cloud cover and cooler highs in place through next Wednesday. That’s because as soon as the first front is through, it begins pulling another system in…meaning a warm front will be right behind.

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