11/01 – Brantly’s “Sunny and Mild” Monday Morning Forecast
Surface high pressure is maintained over the Lower Mississippi River Valley through Monday. Cool, dry northerly flow over the forecast area and nearby limited temperatures to around to a bit below seasonal norms today, topping out in the around 70 to mid 70s range. Tonight, clear skies and the dry airmass will allow for efficient overnight cooling, with temperatures bottoming out in the mid to upper 40s over most of the forecast area. Around 50 to low 50s along the coast are expected. Temperatures Monday will see an uptick from today as winds lighten, and the airmass remains dry. Temperatures around to a bit above seasonal norms are expected, topping out in the low to mid 70s over the forecast area.
Clear/calm Monday night into Tuesday morning, as we begin to focus back to the west at the development and evolution of the next weather maker due in here late in the week. Tuesday will follow this subtle moderation trend bringing highs back into the upper 70s, closing in on some 80s but still overall dry with afternoon dewpoints in the 50s. This subtle reinforcing drier/cooler air will eventually settle in late Tuesday into early Wednesday.