11/16 – Brantly’s “Warmer” Tuesday Night Forecast

Tonight through early Wednesday, we see a continuing increase in moisture along part of the coast, which may lead to the development of dense fog. Wednesday morning, low temperatures will be in the upper 50s to low 60s for most areas outside of a few far northern areas likely seeing the mid 50s.

For high temperatures Wednesday afternoon, high temperatures will be in the upper 70s with some locations even getting into the low 80s. Our attention shifts to the west as our next cold front approaches later Wednesday through early Thursday. A few light showers may develop Wednesday night through early Thursday out ahead of the front; however the environment does not support the development of widespread or heavy rain. Model guidance shows rain chances in a range of 20-40% out ahead of the front and even as it swing through later in the day on Thursday.

Expect warmer high temperatures for most areas on Thursday out ahead of the front by a couple degrees, nearing 80 once again in some spots. Conditions turn cooler behind the front, with low temps Thursday night dropping into the low to mid 40s for most areas while the coast sits in the low 50s.

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