11/25 Ryan’s “Humid, Damp” Wednesday Night Forecast

The cold front we’ve been talking about all week has finally arrived, so the humid, damp weather isn’t going anywhere. We did see some rain today, primarily in the inland counties, though showers are starting to move in to the coastal now. Short of a few scattered showers, we won’t see too much activity tonight.

In fact, it’ll be almost exactly like last night, few clouds with a low near 65, but with the addition of the likely fog.

While it will be widespread I don’t expect it to be dense just yet. Tomorrow (Thanksgiving) improves a bit on today by being a little drier. There’s still a chance of isolated showers, but they will be very few and far between. Expect partly sunny skies and calm conditions, leading to another foggy night. This trend will continue for the rest of the week and through the weekend, which will be quite stormy as one final frontal system moves and finally pushes all this activity out and ushers a frigid air mass in.

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