10/13 – Brantly’s “Above Average Temps” Wednesday Morning Forecast

 A dry airmass remains in place across our area which will continue to allow for mostly rain-free weather conditions. A moist east to southeast low level flow pattern will result in the development of cumulus clouds each day across the region through Thursday, mainly during the time of peak heating and instability in during the afternoon hours, but no precipitation is expected. Patchy fog is possible again late tonight into early Wednesday morning, primarily across interior portions of South Mississippi.

After starting off in the mid to upper 60s and lower 70s across most of the region on Wednesday morning, expect temperatures to jump into the mid to upper 80s on Wednesday afternoon. There will be little change for Wednesday night lows, with temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 60s across most of the region with a few lower 70s at the coast. On Thursday, look for highs to again be in the mid to upper 80s.

The cold front passes Friday night into early Saturday with temperatures falling through the night. We warm up, but not by much during the day on Saturday into only the 70s for highs.  We cool down quickly later Saturday evening into Saturday night into Sunday morning. Sunday will be gorgeous again with less of a northerly breeze. The coolest morning will be Sunday night into Monday morning as high pressure settles in on the backside of the cold front, allowing for more cooling in the overnight hours. Our weather pattern will be staying fairly calm going into early next week.

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