3/23 – Brittany’s “Beautiful Extended” Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

The moisture flow will move slowly eastward over the next day and a half, and may take until about Friday to totally clear the region. Lower levels should remain dry though, and no significant precipitation is expected through Friday, although there might be a low chance of a sprinkle or two Thursday night.

Could be a few periods of thicker mid and high level clouds, but that shouldn’t affect any outdoor activities. Temperature guidance looks to be pretty consistent with season normal.


We will make it into the weekend with cool dry conditions before return flow begins ahead of the next cold front. The upper disturbance that supports this front will land on the west coast Monday morning and we should get our first look at an upper air sample by that day. This system could affect the area by mid to late next week with a line of thunderstorms again possibly slowing or even stalling over the area as this system looks to fizzle out.

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