9/25 – Brittany’s “Fall-Like Conditions Ahead” Sunday Night Forecast
A shortwave upper level trough will continue to move southward and push through our area tonight overnight into Monday. Isolated to scattered showers could be possible along the coastal areas as the front tries to move through this evening and Monday. Overall, there is decent moisture at the surface, but a lack of deep layer moisture content. As a result, generally not expecting widespread rain, but some places could see some rainfall overnight. Somegusty sub-severe (30-60mph) winds could be possible with a strong storm, but it will not be overly likely.
The warm temperatures will persist through Monday, especially for the coastal areas as the front lags a bit. But, generally highs are forecast in the low to mid 90s. Highs were bumped up 1-2 degrees above guidance. The highs have overachieve the last few days, winds will still be fairly calm (<10 mph), and cloud cover will be low. Tuesday, the frontal system will have pushed through and cooler temperatures will arrive in the area with highs on Tuesday forecast to be in the mid 80s with drier conditions (dewpoints in the upper 50s and low 60s. It will actually start to feel like Fall!