11/20 – Brantly’s “Warm” Wednesday Evening Forecast

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Clouds will gradually build into the region overnight as low temperatures dip back into the upper 40s along the coast. Once the sun rises, we will warm up very quickly to a high in the lower to mid 70s.

High pressure is in place and will persist through Thursday. This high pressure is bringing drier air and a bit warmer air into the region for the next few days. Winds will primarily be coming off the Gulf of Mexico out of the south or southeast, bringing in some moisture and increasing humidity.

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Friday and Friday night, a low pressure system will move through the area. Winds leading up to the event will remain out of the south, continuing to fuel moisture into the area. As a cold front approaches, there will likely be rain showers and a thunderstorms Friday night through the early afternoon Saturday. Once the front moves through, skies should clear out quickly late Saturday as temperatures drop a little bit.

In the tropics, Tropical Storm Sebastien is continuing to gain strength, but it will likely stay out to sea over the Atlantic Ocean and not affect land. It is a good reminder though that hurricane season is not over yet. Hurricane Season officially ends November 30.

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A native to the Gulf Coast, Brantly Keiek comes to South Mississippi from Pensacola, Florida. Brantly's passion for weather can be traced back to active hurricane seasons during his childhood. His interest in meteorology peaked when his hometown experienced back-to-back hurricane landfalls in 2004 and 2005. His desire to learn about the atmosphere led him to study at Florida State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and a Minor in Mathematics. Prior to graduating, Brantly also completed a year-long internship at WEAR-TV in Northwest Florida. Brantly enjoys the beach and looks forward to spending time on the coast. He was a competitive swimmer for nearly ten years and loves water sports. While in Pensacola, Brantly was a beach lifeguard for several years where he performed over 100 water rescues.