12/27 – Brantly’s “Patchy Dense Fog” Monday Evening Forecast
Those warm conditions that we’ve been seeing will continue through at least the early part of this week. Tomorrow’s temperatures are forecast to be a degree or two higher than they were today. Breezy conditions will also join the mix tomorrow as a surface low develops and lifts northeast.
Isolated to scattered showers are expected during the day tomorrow, with the greatest coverage occurring over western portions of the area. Instability remains rather marginal, but cannot rule out a few rumbles of thunder Tuesday afternoon and into the evening.
Fog will once again be a concern late tonight and into early Tuesday morning given the similar pattern to the last few nights. Winds remain relatively light and out of the south with an abundance of low level moisture. Models continue to indicate fog development especially along the coast, where water temperatures in the bays and sounds are around 59-63F. Those southerly winds will allow fog to spread inland overnight.