Good Monday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start over NWFL with just a few wispy upper level clouds passing through.
Temperatures are cold in the south where frost and freeze advisories are posted just to our north in Alabama and Georgia. Our temps are down in the 30s inland and nearing 40 on the coast with a light wind knocking off a few more degrees. We'll have a cold morning commute ahead with temps only reaching the low 50s by 9am. But beautiful mainly sunny skies will eventually warm us up to the mid 60s for afternoon highs.
We'll see an area of low pressure develop in the Eastern Gulf tomorrow, and as high pressure pushes further east over the Mid Atlantic, we'll see a return flow from the south develop. That will return temps to the 70s in the afternoons and 50s in the mornings. But it will also bring a small rain chance to the Panhandle on Tuesday, with another system heading south out of the Tennessee Valley Wednesday to keep a small rain chance going.
Good news is it looks as though we should be able to clear out completely for Thanksgiving, with the only exception of a stray shower early in the morning.
For today, mainly sunny skies with highs in the mid 60s. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will feature a little bit of a warm up compared to today with a more seasonal feel this week and small chance of rain through early Thursday morning.