09/29 – Brantly’s “Clearing Skies and Cooler Temps” Tuesday Morning Forecast

The cold front has progressed through much of the area at this time, leaving in its wake a northwesterly flow that will usher drier and cooler air into the region overnight tonight through the next couple of days.

Dry weather is expected Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures trending much cooler. Expect highs on Tuesday to remain in the low 70s and on Wednesday only climb into the mid and upper 70s. Expect pleasant humidity levels as well with dewpoints hovering in the upper 40s to low 50s. Lows Tuesday night dip to around 50 well inland and the low to mid 50s near the coast.

We’ll see another cold front push through the area Thursday afternoon and evening bringing a reinforcing shot of cool and dry air to the area. No rain expected with this front as the air remains dry and stable. Highs will be in the upper 70s and low 80s on Thursday under clear skies.

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