A ‘Normal’ Summertime Week for NWFL
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - We’re enjoying a stretch of ‘normal’ summertime weather here in Northwest Florida.
Tonight clear skies and calm winds will allow for temperatures to fall into the low 70′s overnight. Those same clear skies will allow things to warm quickly through the morning and midday hours tomorrow. Showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast once again tomorrow, with a fairly normal amount of coverage for this time of year.
Expect isolated to scattered storms to fire up around the midday hours close to the coast, before slowly making their way inland throughout the afternoon hours. Storms will affect a short window of what will otherwise be a very nice day for outdoor activities. Calm and enjoyable conditions are forecasted for both your beach and boating plans.
Looking ahead to Monday, southwesterly flow returns to the area, which will increase the amount of moisture in our atmosphere and bump up the chance for rain just a little bit. For the majority of this work week, rain chances will be around normal for this time of year with temperatures in the upper 80′s.
Get all the details on the forecast in the WJHG.com Weather Webcast.
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