Good Tuesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar with relatively clear skies. Although a few low level clouds will develop around sunrise, we should be able to stay rain free in the morning.
Temperatures are once again warm and muggy feeling for the morning drive. And as the sun goes to work on those temps and humidity a few more clouds will bubble up in our skies today and may produce a few stray showers in the afternoon.
They certainly won't be for everyone, and should be fairly small and quick moving in nature. The best spot to see one will be where it's warmest this afternoon, north of Highway 20 and up into the Wiregrass. We could also see a handful develop further west where the influence of sinking motion from high pressure in the Western Atlantic is lower, so possible near the Choctawhatchee.
We'll see warm highs once again eclipsing the 80s inland and in the upper 70s to near 80 on the coast. And the warm days will continue for the majority of this week as we sit in a very summery set up with high pressure out in the Atlantic steering in the warm and humid southeasterly breeze.
We have a ridge of high pressure aloft as well, so all that sinking motion in the atmosphere is leading to the warmer weather we're seeing. It also is helping steer any major frontal boundaries or significant rain chances around the southeast. Temperatures are running about 10 to almost 15 degrees warmer than average in this set up.
For today, mostly to partly cloudy skis with a stray afternoon shower possible. Highs today will reach the upper 70s on the coast to low 80s inland. Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast will keep us running similar temps through the work week and into most of the weekend.