06/28 — Brantly’s “Hot and Steamy” Sunday Night Forecast


High pressure continues into the day Monday leaving us with a more classic summertime pattern with storms beginning on the land breeze during the morning and then a second round of more robust storms initiating along the sea breeze and spreading inland through the afternoon.

As per usual for this time of the year, conditions will be semi-favorable for gusty winds and possibly a severe storm, but overall the threat will be very localized. Storms will likely fire up in the mid-afternoon around 2 p.m. or later and finally diminish between 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. as diurnal heating diminishes.

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Along with the chance for storms, it will 100% feel like summer. With the ridge over head, clouds will be hard to come by allowing for quick heating during the afternoon.

Temperatures will likely reach the low 90s today and tomorrow with heat indices in the upper 90s to low 100s. With dewpoints in the mid to upper 70s and even some 80 degree dewpoints floating around there will be very little relief overnight.

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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.