11/30 – Brittany’s “Clear But Cold” Wednesday Evening Forecast
The cold front that moved through the CWA early this morning is now well south and moving into the central Gulf of Mexico. Clear skies have developed and will continue into the overnight period. Temperatures will crater tonight from near 60-70 degrees now down into the mid 30s to mid 40s. Temps would probably be colder than that if not for the winds that will probably only bottom out around 5 mph. Surface ridge will build in through Thursday which lends to cool temperatures with highs struggling to reach 60 degrees.
Temperatures will quickly rebound to normal for this time of year on Friday as the upper level trough ejects east and ridge centered over the Gulf of Mexico builds northward.