11/22 – Brantly’s “Chilly” Monday Night Forecast
A cold front has moved through most of the forecast area, and will be well east of the area by late tonight. Post frontal low clouds are finally moving out. For tonight, we should be looking at mostly clear skies which will continue into Monday. Models indicate a tight surface pressure gradient across our area tonight in the wake of the front and with high pressure building to the northwest. We therefore expect somewhat breezy conditions to develop and persist overnight, especially near the coast.
A Wind Advisory is in effect for the coast through late tonight, where we could see some wind gusts right along the beaches of up to around 30 to 35 mph. Toward sunrise on Tuesday and then through the day, while still breezy, gusts should be more in the 20 to 25 mph so we shouldn’t need a continuation of this Wind Advisory tomorrow. With the high pressure building into the region, we will have clear skies and no chance for rain through Tuesday, but temperatures will be rather cool. Lows tonight in the wake of the front will be much cooler than the past several nights, ranging from the low to mid 30s over inland areas to the upper 30s and lower 40s closer to and along the coast. Highs on Tuesday will generally be in the upper 50s and lower 60s, with the warmer temps generally closer to the coast.