Good Thursday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar but we do have some low clouds developing and some fog concern this morning. It'll be patchy and dense in spots for the morning drive.
Otherwise, temperatures are quite mild and muggy again for February as we're waking up in the low 60s. We'll see the fog lift out through the morning to some low cloud cover. But overall today we'll see those clouds decrease to more sunshine into the afternoon. Highs today will skyrocket again into the 80s for most away from the coast, Gulf water temps will keep the coast closer to the upper 70s.
Our pattern remains unchanged today and for the next several days with high pressure at the surface to our east and a large ridge aloft over the southeast. That will help pump up the warm and muggy conditions on the southeasterly winds, which may not be as breezy as yesterday today. The ridge aloft will help to steer any storms that develop out of the plains around the southeastern states. So we'll likely see a similar chance for fog developing Friday morning, or some low level cloud cover, that will give way to mainly sunny conditions through the midday and afternoon.
This will ring true for Saturday before we start to see some changes head our way for the second half of the weekend and early next week where a little rain will be possible.
For today, skies turn mostly sunny today with warm and humid conditions. Highs today will reach the upper 70s on the coast to low to mid 80s inland. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will keep us under a similar pattern for the next couple days before a little rain shows up on Sunday.