04/13 – Brantly’s “Unsettled Pattern” Tuesday Morning Forecast

Highs today will reach the mid to upper 70s along the coast with some inland locations reaching the lower 80s. Scattered showers will make things cool off quickly in select areas. Tonight, lows fall into the mid 50s over the interior to the mid- (further east) and upper 60s (further west) along the coast.

The biggest focus right now is going to be more heavy rain potential for the area. A Flash Flood Watch will be issued for much of the area for this reason along with the already saturated soils but rainfall won`t be continuous and will be able to drain a bit overnight but the watch is continued since heavy rainfall will be a possibility Wed and through noon Thursday. Rainfall totals could be 3 to 5 inches with isolated higher amounts through noon Thursday. A cold front approaches and could drive the heavy rain producing environment offshore but we will have to watch where this front decides to stall since it will become the next focus for showers and thunderstorms to develop and move over the same areas.

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