Good Friday morning everyone and TGIF!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar with some low clouds cruising by and a little patchy fog developing.
We have a very similar start to what we've seen temperature-wise over the past several days as well with mild and muggy conditions. It'll shape up to be another beauty over NWFL today. Skies will be most to partly sunny with warm afternoon highs near 80 on the coast and low 80s inland.
We'll have just enough heat and moisture over NWFL today to try and bubble up a stray shower inland in the mid afternoon. They'll be very small, stray, pop up showers that develop in the Wiregrass around 2 or 3pm, and they'll be quick hitters.
We'll see this pattern try and break down however during the end of the weekend. Rain chances will return on Sunday and become likely on Monday. Our ridge of high pressure will finally break down and allow the frontal boundary to our west to finally sweep in.
It'll be a slow moving cold front that will kick up a few scattered showers on Sunday, but most of the rain seems to favor Monday. And while temps will take a slight dip into the 70s next week, we'll still be running seasonally mild and rebounding quickly to the mid to upper 70s through the rest of next week.
For today, mostly to partly sunny skies with highs in the upper 70s near 80 on the coast, low to mid 80s inland. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will feature another beauty for tomorrow, followed up by a chance for a scattered shower on Sunday.