12/24 – Brantly’s “Mostly Clear and Mild” Christmas Eve Forecast
The weather pattern in place for the next several looks more like something you would see in the spring and fall, so it’s not surprising that forecast temperatures are what we would normally experience in mid-April or mid-October.
Despite the persistent southerly winds over the area, moisture will be too limited to support any precipitation, so a dry forecast continues through Christmas Day. Lows tonight will be rather mild, ranging from 58 to 63 degrees. It will be unseasonably warm tomorrow with highs ranging from 75 to 79 degrees. The coolest locations will be along the immediate coast as breezy southwest winds off the cooler waters will keep temps a couple of degrees lower. Lows will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s for tonight and tomorrow night. Highs on Sunday will be in the mid to upper 70s.