Good Thursday morning everyone!
It's a quiet morning on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar, but fog may be of concern again. It's not as widespread as yesterday, only really effecting Jackson, Calhoun, and Liberty counties.
Otherwise, it's another warm and humid start, and another summery day on tap.
Dew points remain high in the mid 70s leading toward a very unseasonably warm and uncomfortable day for this time of year.
Highs this afternoon will push the upper 80s, near or at record highs for this time of year, and feels like temperatures will reach the upper 90s.The heat, humidity, and a stalled out front will cause a few afternoon pop up, hit or miss, storms to develop.
However, this first front will not do much to stave off the heat, it may only bring a slight down turn in humidity by tomorrow and limit our rain chances Friday and Saturday.
The second half of the weekend will see some rain return from a tropical wave moving in across the Peninsula of Florida.
But by Monday the second cold front will pass through keeping scattered storms in the forecast and in return bringing back fall by next Tuesday.
For today, mostly to partly sunny skies after morning fog, with afternoon scattered storms. Highs today will be near or at record levels in the upper 80s, feels like in the upper 90s.
Your VIPIR 7 Day forecast will keep us toasty warm all week.