03/09 – Brantly’s “Sunny and Slightly Warmer” Tuesday Forecast
The near term forecast is mainly a temperatures forecast with rain chances near zero. A high pressure system centered over the Carolina/Georgia coast shifts east to over the eastern Atlantic, leaving calm conditions across the region stretching from the East Coast to over the northern Gulf coast.
The return of onshore flow over the Southeast will bring increasing moisture levels to the region. With the combination of increasing moisture levels from the shifting high pressure system, low temperatures increase to above seasonal norms into mid week.
Tuesday night, low temperatures ranging from the mid 40s inland to around 50 along the coast are expected. Above seasonal high temperatures will continue, with low to mid 70s inland, and upper 60s along the coast expected Today. Mid to upper 70s are expected Wednesday.