11/01 – Brantly’s “Calm, Cool, and Clear” Friday Morning Forecast

The 24 hour temperature change across the region is quite dramatic with drops ranging from 15 to 30 degrees colder than they were 24 hours ago. This morning temperatures are sitting in the upper 30s across the region and there is a wind chill factor as well. Temperatures will struggle to warm today with highs possibly not even reaching 60 degrees except for along the immediate coast.

A secondary low pressure system will swing across the country tonight. This will send a reinforcing cold front through the viewing area. This will keep air cool and humidity low through the weekend. Temperatures will likely drop into the upper 30s again by Saturday morning. Over the weekend, skies will remain clear and high temperatures will be in the lower 60s. Next week, temperatures will gradually warm back up into the lower 70s to mid 70s by Tuesday. Some moisture will return to the area too, so cloud cover will increase. There is little to no rain chance for the next week.

On the water, conditions will be rough through the middle of the day, with waves at 2 to 4 feet on the Mississippi Sound, subsiding to around 1 to 2 feet by the late afternoon as winds decrease. That secondary cold front will increase wave heights over the water again on Saturday, but not as much as we are seeing right now.

Don’t forget — we fall back one hour Saturday night into Sunday morning as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end.

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