11/02 – Brantly’s “Sunny and Pleasant” Tuesday Morning Forecast
Very nice conditions will remain for the next several days. Another cold front will move through the area Wednesday night into Thursday morning bringing a continuation of dry weather but a few showers will be possible along the boundary. Cloudy skies will keep things cool Thursday but the clouds should give way after Thursday, but may be slow to do so. A strong easterly wave will also be moving into the eastern gulf Wednesday night into Thursday, but this wave will not make it far. The upper level pattern will help funnel the moisture and overall system to the NE by the end of the week.
Temperatures remain chilly with overnight lows in the middle to upper 40s inland and upper 40s to lower 50s across coastal counties. Highs remain in the upper 60s to lower 70s inland Tuesday, with middle 70s along the coast. Temps cool a little bit heading into Wednesday, with highs generally in the middle to upper 60s inland, with lower 70s closer to the water.
Still expect a cold front to push into the northern Gulf Thursday night, though some lingering showers may persist through Thursday evening, mainly across the southeastern half of the area. Any remaining showers are expected to push into the coastal waters by Friday morning and out of the local waters Friday night.
Behind the front, a reinforcing high will move into the area, accompanied by cooler and drier air. Models are in fairly good agreement through the weekend with temperatures forecast to be below normal to near normal for most locations. Currently looks like the coolest morning will be Saturday morning, with lows generally in the low to mid 40s north , mid to upper 40s along the coast.