Ryan’s “Drier Start” Monday Afternoon Forecast

It’s certainly a much drier start than we had last week, but we aren’t completely through with the showers just yet. There is still a small chance of seeing a few more showers tonight and t-storms aren’t out of the question during the later overnight hours out over the open water. Low will be a degree or so cooler, near 77, with partly cloudy skies and light Southeasterly winds. Tomorrow will be Mostly cloudy and humid, high near 86 along the waterfront, with a 40% chance of afternoon showers and t-storms. We’ll see a bit of sky clearance from Tuesday through Friday though, leading to some warmer days with highs near the 90s, but still cooler than “usual.” Our usual Summer weather pattern dominates during this time meaning we’ll see hot and humid days, with increasing clouds and a low chance of showers in the later afternoon hours. The weekend will be much wetter, with 40%-60%-40% rain chances from Saturday through Monday respectively, but still expecting much drier conditions than last week’s incessant rainfall.

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