Ryan’s “Cool & Drier” Monday Afternoon Forecast

Last night’s cold front was so subtle I may have to call it a “cool” front. It did clear our skies of clouds, but the afternoon highs remained in the mid-to-upper 70s across the Gulf Coast. Tonight will cool some, dropping to 52 under partly cloudy skies, but another front is developing to the West and will bring storms to the area tomorrow night. The current Storm Prediction Center’s forecast has us under a “slight” threat for severe weather, and the current time frame has the front moving through between tomorrow night and Wednesday morning. Some light showers will be possible Wednesday afternoon due to “wrap-around” moisture near the low’s center, otherwise we’ll experience clearing and cool air moving in through the evening hours and into Thursday. The weather seems pleasant and benign going into the weekend, but a few warm & humid days bring the chance of rain back as we head into the weekend.

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