12/08 Ryan’s “Quiet Pattern” Tuesday Night Forecast
No change in the quiet weather pattern we’ve been enjoying, and none expected for the next few days either. That means get ready for another chilly, calm night with a low near 41 degrees and clear skies. Last night I mentioned the possibility of light fog around rivers and lakes, which is still possible but barely noteworthy.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON CONTINUES THE WARMING TREND, HIGH NOW NEAR 67 WITH SUNNY SKIES AND LIGHT SOUTHERLY WINDS.
This will allow further upticks in our humidity, which is so low it will take some time to increase noticeably. The southerly wind continues and increases into Thursday, allowing for further warming and bringing the dewpoint above 50 degrees. It’ll start to feel humid again by Friday afternoon, which is also when the clouds will begin to thicken ahead of a Saturday morning front.