Ryan’s Monday Night Forecast

Monday night’s forecast isn’t drastically different from this afternoon’s, but I am considering upping the rain chances which move in mid-week. Tomorrow (Tuesday) will see a warm start to the day, low near 68, with patchy fog developing in calm areas and moderate cloud cover. We’ll warm into the 80s fairly quickly, and will continue to see increasing clouds well into Wednesday. At that point, we will begin feeling the effects of the slowly approaching cold front. You can expect widespread but scattered showers with an isolated thunderstorm popping up every now and then all the way into Thursday afternoon, where we’ll start to see some clearing and cooling conditions moving in. The weekend looks pretty fair at this point, we won’t see many daytime highs below 80 from this point forward and the humidity, as well as the temperature, will continue to increase as we head into May and eventually Summer. My tip: enjoy these sunny, reasonably humid and dry days while you can.

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