10/11 – Brantly’s “Patchy Fog Overnight” Sunday Night Forecast

Generally high pressure at the surface will maintain the dry conditions over the central Gulf Coast region and surrounding areas. The higher dewpoints tonight along with strong cooling with nearly calm winds and mostly clear skies will lead to areas of fog with patchy dense fog possible by late tonight into early to mid-morning on Monday.

The National Weather Service says they will not issue a dense fog advisory at this time since the duration and areal coverage is uncertain, but that could be necessary later tonight or in the early morning.

A weak cold frontal boundary will start to move into the region Monday night with a slightly stronger boundary with reinforcing drier air expected Tuesday night. Temperatures will follow suit and the threat of fog should be much lower after tomorrow morning due to the drier low level airmass.

Expect slightly cooler low temperatures for some locations starting Monday night and beyond, but kept the rather warm highs well up in the 80s.

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