Ryan’s “Easter Weekend” Friday Night Forecast

Today cleared up nicely after yesterday’s rain, but Easter weekend is looking even nicer! The cold front continues to push slowly East, and high pressure is filling in behind bringing clear skies and low humidity. Our afternoon high will fall a few more degrees as tomorrow rolls around, but as the ridge shifts further East we’ll begin to see southerly return flow bringing moisture levels back to normal. This will continue into Easter Sunday, so conditions will still remain relatively drier than the last few days have been, but more humid than today and tomorrow will be. Temperatures will also begin to increase at this time, but only slowly at first. Expect a nice warm Easter afternoon with highs in the mid-to-upper 70s, but the humidity and temperature will continue to rise into the beginning of next week leading to a few inland area climbing into the 80s by Tuesday. Don’t worry about it getting too warm because it’s around this time our next cold front will be moving through, bringing showers from late Tuesday into Wednesday afternoon, and more cooler and drier weather after.

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