11/17 Ryan’s “Foggy” Thursday Night Forecast
Moisture advection continues to increase humidity in the Southeast, so expect another foggy night due to radiational cooling and calm winds. The fog is expected to be particularly thick between 7 & 8 in the morning, when many are travelling to work/school, so provide yourself with extra space for sudden stops. The fog won’t last long after the morning though due to daytime heating and mixing, and much of Friday will be another “spring-like” Autumn day with temps reaching the upper 80s. A cold front will move through overnight, raising our rain chances to 30% for a few hours and increasing cloudiness in the evening. Strong cold air advection provides a 10-15 degree drop in temps from Friday, and our evenings will linger in the low 40s/upper 30s through the weekend. Inland areas will be flirting with freezing temperatures, so take care of outdoor pets and plants. Cooler than average temperatures hang around to start the week but quickly rebound into the lower 70s by Tuesday. A shortwave trough is expected to increase rain chances late Wednesday, but very little is expected.