11/07 – Brantly’s “Chilly” Sunday Night Forecast

An area of high pressure ridge will continue to move slowly east across the central U.S. states and Gulf Coast region into Monday. Expect generally clear and sunny skies to continue Monday through Tuesday morning before clouds increase Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday. No rain is expected until a few showers develop across portions of the coastal waters Wednesday night.

The models are in fair agreement with our next weather maker moving through the central Gulf Coast region Friday night or Saturday. Confidence on the timing is still low and the models are fairly consistent showing some widespread light to moderate rainfall occurring during the Thursday afternoon through Friday evening periods. At this point, a cold front moving through by late Friday is expected to drop temperatures back below normal with Saturday and Saturday night looking like the coldest period.

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