09/20 – Brantly’s “Muggy” Monday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed] For Monday, shower/storm coverage will be slightly less and more focused inland. Expect scattered to, at times, numerous coverage of showers and thunderstorms, particularly over inland areas of South Mississippi spreading into inland Southwest Alabama. A low end threat for flash flooding will continue as storms will continue to be slow moving, heavy rain producers. High temperatures will reach the middle 80s for most locations.

Highs on Tuesday will be in the mid to upper 80s, then highs on Wednesday will be cooler and range from 75 to 80 well inland to the mid 80s near the coast. Lows Monday night range from around 70 well inland to the lower/mid 70s at the coast then trend much cooler by Wednesday night in the wake of the front when lows range from the mid 50s well inland to the lower 60s at the coast.

After an extensive period with rainy/wet weather, dry conditions finally come to the area for the extended term. A surface ridge builds into the region in the wake of the cold frontal passage Tuesday night/Wednesday, and a deep layer dry northerly flow prevails through the period. Highs on Thursday range from the mid 70s well inland to around 80 at the coast then gradually moderate to highs in the lower to mid 80s by Sunday. Lows Thursday night range from the lower 50s well inland to around 60 at the coast, then trend a bit warmer by Saturday night when lows range from the upper 50s well inland to the mid 60s at the coast. Thursday night looks to be the coolest night so far since mid May by the way.

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