12/01 – Brantly’s “Foggy” Wednesday Night Forecast

Beautiful and dry weather is expected to continue over the next few days. High pressure dominates the forecast through the end of the week, giving us mostly clear skies and light and variable winds. Outside of a few high clouds in the afternoons, conditions will remain dry through Friday.

One noteworthy subject is the fog potential for tonight. With high pressure dominating, increasing moisture in the lower levels, and light to calm winds for much of the area, patchy fog will be possible in the overnight hours tonight and into early Thursday morning. Some areas could even see locally dense fog.

Temperatures will be quite pleasant with highs today reaching the low 70s for most locations, and highs on Thursday mainly in the mid 70s across the region. Lows tonight warm a bit compared to the last few nights, with temps ranging in the mid to upper 40s inland to low 50s along the coast.

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