06/12 – Brantly’s Pleasant Weekend Forecast
The dry and hot pattern will persist into the short term with only a slight chance of showers and storms. There appears to be some lingering moisture. With the movement of the afternoon sea breeze an isolated shower or thunderstorm cannot be ruled out, especially where a boundary collision occurs. Given the push of drier air into the area, dry air will likely keep storms from becoming too rowdy. Temperatures will be very close to normal with highs floating right around 90 degrees. However given the push of drier air aloft, A few locations could mix out into the low 90s.
Most model guidance suggests dry conditions will continue through Friday night; however a couple models do show some light, scattered shower activity late Friday night into Saturday morning. At this time, followed persistence and kept a dry forecast through Friday night since the better moisture signal looks to occur during the afternoon on Saturday. This will continue to be monitored.
Lows tonight are expected to be in the lower to mid 60s north of I-10 and in the upper 60s to lower 70s south. Highs Friday afternoon will then generally be in the mid to upper 80s. Friday night lows are then likely to be in the mid to upper 60s inland. Lows will also be warmer along the coast, in the lower 70s.