Big changes are coming this weekend
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - TGIF!
We’re going to see a warm and muggy evening tonight, with south winds continuing to keep dew points in the low 60s, and low temperatures in the mid-60s. Clouds will increase overnight, with breezy south winds preventing the development of fog at the surface.
Mostly cloudy skies will linger into the start of Saturday, with our eyes focused on the next cold front that will approach the area. Rain chances are spotty at best, with an unimpressive amount of lift associated with the front. Despite a marginal (level 1) risk of severe weather, most storms will remain on the weaker side, with a few rumbles of thunder and moderate rainfall. In terms of timing, the best chance for rain will be through the morning and midday hours, with a lingering, lower threat for showers to impact your day during the afternoon hours. Most will experience only a few hours of showers Saturday, with otherwise cloudy and warm conditions throughout the day. Highs return to the upper 70s at the coast, with inland areas back in the low 80s.
The forecast for Sunday is essentially a copy/paste scenario from what you will see on Saturday. The cold front becomes stationary overnight, with another round of associated rainfall on Sunday morning. The best chance for rain is once again during the morning and mid-day hours, with a lesser amount expected than Saturday. The chance for rain is around 30%, with high temperatures once again around 80 degrees.
Get all the details on the forecast in the WJHG.com Weather Webcast.
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