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Sunday Evening Forecast

Near-normal for now, but intense heat returns by mid-week
Published: Jun. 10, 2022 at 7:00 PM CDT|Updated: Jun. 19, 2022 at 10:44 PM CDT
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - We’re closer to ‘normal’ here in the Panhandle for mid-June.

Temperatures today reached the lower and middle 90′s but the inundation of drier air brought feels like temperatures out of the triple digits in many places. Tonight, temps will fall to the lower 70′s thanks to clear skies and dew points in the upper 60′s.

Tomorrow we’ll likely see another fairly normal summertime day, with temps in the lower 90′s. We do have a small chance of showers by the mid afternoon hours as the sea breeze tries to develop, but high pressure in our area will keep rain coverage to a minimum.

By mid week, we’re keeping our eyes on another round of intense heat as a ‘heat dome’ intensifies in the South. By Wednesday, temps will reach the upper 90′s again and increased humidity could see the return of a heat advisory for our area. Thursday may be the hottest day of the year with many models forecasting temperatures in the triple digits even near coastal areas. Friday will be slightly cooler than Thursday, but ‘cool’ is a relative term as temps will still hang around those middle and upper 90′s. By the weekend we may finally feel some relief with the return of more seasonal summertime temperatures.

Get all the details on the forecast in the WJHG.com Weather Webcast.

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