07/13 – Brantly’s “Partly Cloudy” Tuesday Morning Forecast

 High pressure centered over the southwestern Atlantic stretches west over the southeastern U.S. through the next few days. This will promote southerly flow and help to keep the moisture flowing into the area today and Wednesday. Like a broken record, scattered to at times numerous showers and thunderstorms are once again expected this afternoon. A deep, moist atmospheric column will continue to promote heavy rainfall in showers and thunderstorms, and a continuation of localized nuisance flooding/flash flooding under any heavier storms.

Once we lose daytime heating, any showers or storms should greatly diminish in coverage over land and linger over the marine areas through daybreak Wednesday. Once again, showers and thunderstorms are probable Wednesday, albeit with lesser coverage as we experience gradual height rises with high pressure building in. Temperatures overall should manage upper 80s with some lower 90s inland each afternoon, with morning temperatures starting in the lower to middle 70s.

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