10/17 – Brantly’s “Cloudy and Cool” Sunday Night Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed] Dry weather continues through the period as a weak area of high pressure builds into the region through Tuesday. A disturbance looks to pass over the area through Monday helping to bring some increased high clouds to the area during this time. At the surface, high pressure continues progressing east across the Tennessee River Valley with surface high pressure building into our area through the period. As this high pressure moves east, northerly winds begin to shift to more easterly by Monday.

For temperatures, another cool night tonight is in store given the northerly flow and dry air. Lows are expected to mainly be in the mid to upper 40s across the forecast area, with low 50s at the immediate coast. Monday night and into Tuesday morning, lows warm just a tad with mainly upper 40s to low 50s expected across the region. Highs temps also exhibit a gradual warmer trend with Monday’s highs ranging in the low to mid 70s across the area. Tuesday, high temps will be in the upper 70s to low 80s.

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