Scattered storms continue across Northwest Florida
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Happy Fourth of July Weekend!
Right now, the last of the showers and storms are fading into the night as we lose the daytime heating necessary to sustain storms. Mostly cloudy skies will stick around for the overnight hours with temperatures falling into the mid 70′s. It’ll be another muggy evening with dew points in the sultry 70′s as southerly wind pumps more tropical moisture into our atmosphere.
Looking ahead to tomorrow morning, coastal areas will see another wave of showers and storms which should last through the midday hours. Localized areas of heavy rainfall and frequent lightning are possible with these storms. By the afternoon hours, things quiet down at the coast as storms move inland along the sea breeze front. The total chance of rain for Sunday is about 50% for the Panhandle.
Outside of the rain, the summertime pattern will once again bring high 80′s to Northwest Florida and plenty of humidity to go along with it.
Storms return along the coast in the morning and midday hours, and then move inland throughout the afternoon on Sunday. High temperatures climb back to the middle and upper 80′s in the afternoon hours. The summer pattern continues on Monday the 4th, with more afternoon showers forecasted and highs in the upper 80′s. Skies will begin clearing around sunset.
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