11/29 Ryan’s “Increasing Clouds” Friday Night Forecast
A cold front is moving in Saturday night, so expect to see slowly increasing cloud cover and winds over the next 36 hours. Those won’t be the only things increasing, humidity levels and the temperature will also be on the rise into tomorrow. The former will lead to patchy fog early tomorrow morning, while the latter means we’ll enjoy a nice and warm fall day.
THE HIGH WILL CLIMB INTO THE MID-70S, BUT THE WARMING STOPS THERE AS A COLD FRONT MOVES THROUGH OVERNIGHT SATURDAY.
This system doesn’t appear to be a threat for severe weather, or very significant in general, but thunderstorms are possible. What this system will undoubtedly bring is nearly a full week of quintessential fall weather! Highs will fall into the mid-to-upper 50s for the start of the week, and no significant cloud cover will arrive until next Friday. By Wednesday, we’ll have warmed into the upper 60s, but will likely remain just under 70 by the weekend. Nights will remain chilly, with a few downright cold lows in the mid 30s for Sunday and Monday night.