10/07 – Brantly’s “Sunny, Mild, and Dry” Thursday Afternoon Forecast

 Dry, sunny weather has finally arrived! High pressure will quickly replace the loitering low that has plagued us for the better part of this week. Dry northwesterly flow will filter in much drier air into the area allowing for rain chances to fall to near zero over the weekend. Temperatures will likely range in the mid to upper 80s on Saturday but would not be shocked to see a couple locations sneak towards 90 degrees. Lows will be slightly cooler than the past week as humidity drops off with the aid of a light north wind. Lows will be in the mid 60s now through Saturday night.

Heading into the middle of next week, after Tuesday, a ridge of high pressure remains in full control and rain chances remain isolated along the seabreeze until late into next week. Temperatures will remain on the warmer side with highs ranging in the mid to upper 80s most of the week and lows in the mid to upper 60s.

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