11/29 – Brantly’s “Clear, Calm, and Cold” Tuesday Night Forecast

Clear skies, calm winds, and surface high pressure sitting overhead will promote near perfect efficient cooling across the area tonight. This is going to allow for the bottom to drop out on temperatures, lows will likely be in the middle to upper 30s across most areas. Patchy frost will be possible for inland locations that have calm winds and temperatures in the mid 30s.

After tonight, temperatures top out in the upper 60s to perhaps lower 70s for Tuesday afternoon with lower to mid 70s anticipated for the remainder of the work week. Rain chances remain low for the next several days.

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