11/24 — Brantly’s “Dry Now, Wet Wednesday” Sunday Night Forecast

After a cool day across the area, calm winds and clear skies will make for another chilly night tonight with lows in the upper 30s along the coast…possibly dropping to the mid 30s for inland areas away from the water. The high pressure system over us will move east of the area on Monday. Then… southerly winds and continued mostly clear skies will allow for warmer temperatures with highs in the mid to upper 60s on Monday.

Conditions will quickly transition to a more unsettled pattern heading into Monday night and Tuesday. A few pop up showers are possible on Tuesday, but rain chance really go up on Wednesday. Widespread showers and few thunderstorms are likely by Wednesday morning and continuing through Wednesday afternoon. Unfortunately… that is the big travel day for many people heading out of town for the holiday. The good news is… rain should clear out in time for Thanksgiving Day and we will likely stay rain-free through Black Friday and into the weekend.

Temperatures will quickly get back into the 70s during the daytime…about where we should be for this time of the year. We’ll keep the 70s most of the week, but overnight lows will fluctuate from the mid 50s to the upper 40s and then back to the upper 50s.

In the tropics, the Gulf and Caribbean remain clear. The National Hurricane Center has released their final advisory tonight on Sebastien, which will likely bring heavy rain and gusty winds to Ireland and the United Kingdom over the next few days.

On the water, the Mississippi Sound and bays will be running at a light chop on Monday with seas at less than 1 foot.

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