Good Tuesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR7 Doppler Radar but we are all cloudy overhead. Some of us from the West End through Destin on the coast, along HWY20, and across the I-10 corridor will deal with patchy dense morning fog for the morning commute. It should lift out through the 9 or 10am hour panhandle-wide.
Little change in the overall pattern is expected through the day, as a front remains stationary across central GA/southeast AL/western FL Panhandle, keeping much of the region warm and humid. Temperatures are starting out mild in the upper 50s to low 60s, and we'll be on our way to highs in the mid 70s.
This warm and moist flow will remain in place through the day, along the frontal boundary at the surface and in the low levels, as we fall in between a ridge to our southeast and a trough to the northwest giving us another day of mostly cloudy conditions across the region. There's just a small 10% chance of a stray light shower or sprinkle in the afternoon and evening today. Rain chances will remain on the low side however with a lack of substantial lift for the rest of the work week.
We'll remain in this same set up for the next couple days, but watch the pattern gradually break down and give us a little more sunshine by the week's end. We may even see highs north of the bays by Thursday and Friday push up to near 80°(!) while the coast stays in the mid 70s.
For today, mostly cloudy skies with warm and humid conditions. Highs today will be in the mid 70s. Your VIPIR 7 Day forecast will feature more mostly cloudy skies tomorrow with a bit more of the sun beginning to peek out by mid to late week.