Good Monday morning everyone! What a fantastic weekend, I hope everyone enjoyed it.
We'll have another beauty today despite a few more clouds cruising our skies. VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar will be mainly quiet, but a stray sprinkle passed through a couple neighborhoods in the Panhandle around sunrise.
Temperatures are very seasonal out the door this morning. But that means many may want to grab a light jacket, especially north of the bays and in the Tri-State region. We'll see 40s and 50s to start out the morning drive.
We warm up pretty quickly moving into the late morning as a warm front is passing through. Afternoon highs will still be quite seasonal though in the low 70s. We'll notice the difference with the warm frontal passage affecting tomorrow morning's lows as we'll only get down to the upper 50s inland to low 60s on the coast tonight.
Winds are a tad out of the east this morning but will shift to the south later on today behind the warm front and that will return a little humidity to our area which will keep those overnight lows tonight from cooling off too much. The south wind will also feed more moisture into an approaching cold front for tomorrow which should bring a decent amount of rain to the forecast.
A good inch of widespread rain will be likely tomorrow with some bursts of heavier rains possible with any thunderstorms that do develop. However, it does not appear we'll have to worry too much about any severe storms.
Temperatures heading into the mid to late week will actually be seasonally cool with low 40s in the mornings and only mid 60s in the afternoons Wednesday through Friday.
For today, mostly sunny skies with near seasonal highs in the low 70s. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will bring in a good rain for tomorrow with another cooler blast of air for the mid week.