04/14 – Brantly’s “More Showers and T-Storms” Wednesday Forecast

Expect cloudy through the next day or two with highs today in the lower to mid 70s. High temperatures tomorrow are expected to top out in the 70s once again due to increased cloud coverage and a higher chance of rain. Overnight lows will range from the mid 50s inland to the lower 60s along the coast. Rain chances increase today from the west as precipitation develops along and ahead of a cold front that will move through the region from north to south on Thursday. A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect with 3 to 6 inches of rainfall possible over the next two days.

The system that will affect the area today will initiate to our west and move through a little earlier compared to the system that rolled through yesterday. This should be a recurring theme until a strong cold front moves in Saturday morning to clean the area of this frontal boundary that is stalled over the area. But don’t look for sunny and mild, instead overrunning should keep the area cool and rainy, but not heavy rain, until Monday or Tuesday.

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