12/02 – Brantly’s “Warm and Foggy” Wednesday Night Forecast

Dry and mild conditions continue through the near term as high pressure continues to build in from the west. This high pressure system will gradually shift east on Friday as an area of disturbed weather moves across portions of the South-Central United States.

The main concern in the near term will be the potential for fog development given the light winds, surface high pressure, and increased moisture levels in the lower-levels. Much of the area will likely see patchy fog again late tonight and early Friday morning. Some areas could even see locally dense fog, mainly over portions of inland portions of South Mississippi. There are indications of increasing high cloud cover later tonight as the shortwave begins to shift east which could limit how much cooling actually occurs.

Temperatures in the near term will be mild with highs in the low to mid 70s. Meanwhile, lows tonight range from the upper 40s inland to mid 50s along the coast.

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