12/09 Ryan’s “Little Change” Wednesday Night Forecast

Not much change from the last few evening forecasts, just a little warmer and more humid. That trend won’t stop until the weekend either, as highs rise into the low 70s. Won’t be anywhere near that tonight though, low near 46 with clear and calm conditions.

Also like the last few nights, expect some patchy fog near rivers/lakes/ponds, but still barely noteworthy otherwise.

Tomorrow afternoon will be warmer as well, high up to 70 with light, upper-level cloud cover starting to move in. The cloud cover will thicken slightly into Friday afternoon, but will then increase significantly into the night as a front closes in. This will bring showers and thunderstorms to start of your Saturday with, but they won’t last long past the afternoon. As things slowly clear up, expect a few clouds into Sunday morning, but it cools and clears rapidly from there. That means we’ll begin next week similarly to how we began this one, with below average temperatures and dry air.

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