11/28 – Brantly’s “Patchy Dense Fog” Sunday Night Forecast
Dry conditions are returning to the region as the isolated showers move off to the east. By tonight, the disturbance moves east of the region and northwesterly wind flow returns, bringing in slightly colder air. On Monday, high pressure then begins to build into the region from the west and dominates through the rest of the period with weak northerly winds. Clouds will continue to linger over the region through this evening before starting to slowing clear out from northwest to southeast as the dry front moves through the region.
As far as temps are concerned, lows tonight will still be on the chilly side ranging from the mid 30s inland to the low 40s closer to the coast. On Monday, high temps will have a slow warming trend and are expected to be in the low 60s across most of the area except the far northern inland zones where upper 50s are expected.
Expect a gradual warming trend starting Tuesday and continuing through late in the week with highs reaching the mid to possibly upper 70s by Friday before dropping back a few degrees over the weekend.