11/27 Ryan’s “Clear & Cooling” Wednesday Night Forecast
Today’s cold front passed through much earlier with little cooling, but we’ll begin cooling rapidly through the night.
A FEW CLOUDS WILL LINGER NEARBY TONIGHT, BUT OVERALL EXPECT MUCH MORE CLEAR SKIES AND DRIER AIR.
The overnight low will fall nearly twenty degrees though, down into the low 50s and upper 40s (inland). Also, the weather for Thanksgiving day has improved from earlier forecasts! I was initially expecting at least scattered cloud cover on Thursday, but the drier air was deeper than expected so get ready for some sunny days!
THE AFTERNOON HIGH WILL FALL INTO THE MID 60S, BUT WILL SLOWLY MODERATE BACK INTO THE LOW 70S BY SATURDAY.
That’s when we’ll see our next weather-maker too, but it isn’t looking significant or severe at this time. Basically we’ll get an overnight dusting of rain, then several days of sunshine in a row as a strong ridge builds in.