11/30 – Brantly’s “Calm” Tuesday Night Forecast

Dry weather is here to stay through the near term. Conditions will remain rain-free, even with the passage of a weak disturbance; however, ahead of it, we will see some thin high cirrus clouds pass over the region late tonight and through Wednesday morning. Skies will then quickly clear by Wednesday afternoon. High pressure dominates the forecast over the next several days.

For temperatures, lows tonight will also be slightly warmer then what occurred this morning with lows tonight ranging mainly between 40 to 45 degrees across the area except at the immediate coast where upper 40s to near 50 are expected. On Wednesday, highs are expected to be mainly in the low 70s across the area with a few local hot spots in the mid 70s. A warming trend is expected through the extended period, with lows Wednesday night ranging from the mid 40s well inland to near 50 at the coast trending to the lower to mid 50s over the area for Friday night. Highs on Thursday and Friday will be in the lower to mid 70s.

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