03/03 – Brantly’s “Sunny, Cool, and Dry” Wednesday Morning Forecast

Rain has ended over the local area. Some clouds may still linger in the morning, but clearing is expected from west to east across the region going into the afternoon. High pressure builds in at both the surface and in the upper levels of the atmosphere, leaving us with dry conditions through the rest of the day and into Thursday.

Cloud coverage early this morning will likely limit warming up initially, but clearing skies by this afternoon should allow highs to get a couple degrees warmer. For now, highs are expected to climb into the lower 60s, but if the sun comes out earlier, some locations could warm into the mid 60s. With clear skies and light winds tonight, temperatures are expected to drop to the upper 30s in the northern areas, with lower to mid 40s farther south along the coast. Thursday’s highs are expected to be in the upper 60s to mid 70s across the region.

It sure is nice to have a nice quiet and simple extended forecast as spring finally arrives after the last two roller coaster weeks. The final system for the foreseeable future will be on the way out on Saturday as low pressure system moves off the Carolina coast. High pressure will build over the central United States in the wake of this system leading to dry northwesterly winds developing Saturday and persisting into Monday.

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