11/21 – Brantly’s “Foggy, Humid” Sunday Night Forecast

A cold front in the region will moves through the forecast area late tonight into early Monday morning. We will have a 50 to 60% chance of rain for much of the area overnight. A few rumbles of thunder are possible, but strong or severe storm development is not expected. Dry conditions then follow through Tuesday as high pressure builds into the region in the wake of the front, along with cooler and much drier air flowing into the area. Lows tonight generally range from the mid 50s inland to near 60 at the coast, then much cooler temperatures follow for Monday night when lows range from the mid 30s inland to around 40 at the coast. Highs on Monday range from the lower 60s well inland to around 70 at the coast, then highs on Tuesday will be cooler and range from the mid to upper 50s well inland to the lower 60s closer to the coast.

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