03/11 – Brantly’s “Mostly Sunny and Warm” Thursday Forecast

Temperatures for your Thursday may be a degree or two warmer over most places compared to yesterday, but overall a pretty similar pattern to what we’ve seen most of the week.

An area of high pressure across the southeastern states weakens slightly towards the end of the week but otherwise maintains a light southerly flow over the forecast area. This will help maintain dry conditions over the forecast area through the period and contributes to warm afternoon temperatures while the light southerly flow will aid in keeping overnight lows mild. Highs on Friday range from the lower 80s inland to the mid/upper 70s closer to the coast. Lows Thursday night range from the lower 50s inland to the mid 50s at the coast, then trend a bit warmer for Friday night to mostly in the mid 50s.

High pressure will slide off the eastern seaboard Sunday night as low pressure system moves into the middle Mississippi valley bringing a cold front into region by Sunday night.  This will bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms into the forecast area Sunday night and Monday.

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