Good Thursday morning everyone!
We have some activity on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar this morning, most of which is around the 65 corridor. But this light rain will work through the Panhandle through the midday. Areas west of Hwy331 will have a chance for rain before 10am, through Bay-Washington-Holmes Co's from 9am to 11am, then east of Hwy231 through 1pm. Again it will mainly be just light rain but I wouldn't blame you if you wanted to grab the umbrella just in case you catch a moderate shower. We are only expecting to see a tenth or two tenths of rain across the Wiregrass or north of I-10, less than a tenth of an inch south of the highway.
Otherwise, while it's mild outside this morning in the 60s, we won't warm up much today. Temperatures by the afternoon will struggle to reach 70. In fact, many north of the bays can bet on staying in the 60s today while the best chance to reach the 70s will be the further southeast in the Panhandle you live.
The clouds will gradually decrease later on today and into tonight as the cooler dry air moves in. We'll be off to a great stretch of fall-like weather for Friday on into next week!
Several more cold fronts will pass through, a dry one late tomorrow, and another on Sunday, which will help keep our temperatures in the 70s through most of next week!
For today, mostly cloudy with a few showers possible through midday. Highs today will struggle to reach 70 degrees in most locations.
Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast picks up a nice sunny stretch through the upcoming weekend with a nice November feel.