04/26 – Brantly’s “Mild” Sunday Night Forecast
A reinforcing surge of dry air moving through the area has dropped dew points to the mid and upper 40s, making it feel quite comfortable.
High pressure has settled into the area, creating calm conditions for most of the Gulf Coast. Generally clear skies are expected with northwesterly winds through mid-week. There will be a brief window late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, just ahead of a front when the atmosphere will be conducive for showers.
High temperatures have been running a little above normal, but will be close to seasonal for the next couple of days. Right now, the forecast keeps highs in the upper 70s for Monday and into Tuesday.
On Wednesday, wet weather moves in ahead of our next front. Showers and a few thunderstorms can be expected. After the passage of Wednesday’s system, upper level high pressure gradually builds eastward and will be centered over the Gulf of Mexico next weekend.
No precipitation is expected Thursday through the weekend. As high pressure builds in, high temperatures will slowly increase, with 90 degree readings possible, if not likely, by next Sunday.