11/09 – Brantly’s “Mild” Tuesday Morning Forecast
High pressure remains in control today before quickly scooting east Wednesday. This helps to shift surface winds from northerly to southeasterly, and likewise begin a modest warm air advection regime over the region. This will gradually increase moisture content through the column, helping to increase cloud cover later today into Wednesday. We remain dry enough throughout the atmospheric column that there are no concerns for precipitation through Wednesday afternoon. Temperatures will trend warmer after bottoming out in the upper 30s and lower 40s this morning. Expect highs in the middle 70s for most locations, with lows tonight in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Highs Wednesday once again reach the middle 70s for most locations.
Dry conditions should generally prevail this weekend, although a disturbance passing to our north could bring a slight chance of rain to our area Sunday evening or late Sunday night. Surface high pressure will otherwise build across the area this weekend into early next week, allowing for a return of colder temperatures Saturday through Monday. Lows should range in the 40s over most of the area Saturday-Monday morning, while highs each day only reach into the lower to mid 60s perhaps struggling to get out of the upper 50s in far northwestern portions of our region by Monday.