01/19 – Brantly’s “Sunny and Warmer” Tuesday Morning Forecast

High pressure remains in control over the Gulf Coast today, giving us another day of sunshine and dry, warm air. After starting out in the lower to middle 30s this morning, temperatures rapidly warm this afternoon into the upper 60s to possibly even lower 70s in spots. At the surface, a weak front will push through the area tonight into Wednesday morning, allowing for a slight increase in cloud cover over the area by tomorrow.

By Wednesday afternoon, another area of high pressure will quickly builds into the region. At this time, it appears that the only rain chances will be present over the far northern portions of the area, with slight rain chances tonight into Wednesday morning. Much warmer temps are on tap tonight compared to the last few nights, with lows in the middle to upper 40s. Wednesday’s highs will be down just a little bit due to increased cloud cover, but should still manage lower to middle 60s for most locations.

Rain chances will increase considerably across the region going into Thursday night, rising to 60-70% over interior areas, and slightly lower to 40-60% near the immediate coast. Highs on Thursday are expected to reach the lower 60s across our inland communities and in the mid to upper 60s across our central and coastal zones. Lows by Thursday night are expected to be slightly warmer in the mid to upper 50s over most areas, except around 60 near the immediate coast and beaches.

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