9/30 – Brittany’s “Final Day of September” Friday Evening Forecast

Dry fall like weather conditions will continue for the area today and tomorrow (and through the whole forecast period really). A few areas such as near the coast may have a some breezy winds but that should be on a downward trend. There still is a limited elevated fire hazard risk, especially in previously mentioned gustier areas. Min relative humidity values could reach into the 30 percent range. The risk is not quite to red flag warning level but burning should still be discouraged or done with extreme caution. This has been on a downward trend though as winds start to become lighter and dew points are not quite as low as earlier this week.

Not much changing in the long term part of the forecast either. Dry conditions and mild temperatures continue although it will have a very slight warming trend. By the time we get to around mid next week we could have high temperatures in the upper 80s. Lows would be upper 50s to low 60s.

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