11/02 Ryan’s “Foggy Fall” Thursday Night Forecast

It was more clear today after all of yesterday’s clouds have moved on, but we’re in for a foggy fall night ahead. That’s a trend we’ll see continue over the next few days as high pressure retrogrades into the area from the East. The combination of clearer skies, light southerly winds, and increasing moisture will lead to the development of widespread, locally dense fog. This will complicate morning commutes through the rest of the weekend and into the beginning of the week, and little will change soon since our next front isn’t expected until the 8th. Expect afternoon highs to linger in the low 80s all week long, with either sunny or mostly sunny skies, and some slight cooling by next weekend.

There are no disturbances in the tropics to track, and none expected to form within the next 5 days.

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