Ryan’s “Much Warmer” Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

It ended up being considerably warmer this afternoon than I expected, and that trend will likely carry over into the evening as well. Skies will remain largely clear in the early evening, but after midnight we’ll begin seeing clouds build as our humidity continues to rise. This will also lead to the development of some slightly more dense night/morning fog over the next few days, but a near end-of-week front will remove any excess moisture before the weekend, though significant cooling is not expected. This front will be slow-moving, so its effects will begin in the form of increased cloud cover on Wednesday and won’t end until the last of the cloud cover dries out Friday evening. Other than that short rainy/cloudy session, the weather will remain benign, consistent, and a little on the warm side for the next 7 days…though it looks like we could see the return of some stronger storms next week.

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