11/10 – Brantly’s “Overcast and Muggy” Tuesday Afternoon Forecast
Overcast skies with light scattered showers will continue through the afternoon and early evening along the Gulf Coast. Temperatures are staying well above seasonal normals, with highs topping out in the lower 80s. Typically, this time of the year, high temperatures are around 70-72 degrees.
Any shower activity will taper off shortly after sunset, which is at 5:02 p.m. today. Conditions will remain warm and humid overnight with low temperatures in the upper 60s along the coast and in the mid 60s for inland areas away from the water.
Tomorrow, Veterans Day will have a very similar set up to Tuesday’s weather. Mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm. Rain chances will be between 30 and 40 percent.
Tropical Storm Eta will continue to pose a great deal of uncertainty throughout the week, with the latest models showing a wide range of possibilities. The National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast track has it moving north before making a quick jog to the northwest before landfall as a tropical depression along the northern Gulf Coast early Sunday morning. There are some indications of potential thunderstorms over the weekend, but this will be dependent on future track of Eta.