Good Tuesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on satellite and radar over land this morning. However, we have a pretty good storm setting up just off the coast of Indian Pass and St.George Island as a frontal boundary is moving off shore this morning. Steering flow should keep this shower from moving back onto the coast early on. Later in the day we'll see a shot at developing a few more storms for mainly coastal areas.
Otherwise, thanks to the front sinking south, we have a comfy less humid and pleasant start. Temperatures are in the upper 60s to low 70s. Under the sunshine this morning we'll see temperatures warm quite fast once again. We'll reach the 80s by mid to late morning. However, thanks to the frontal passage, we may be a few degrees shy of yesterday's highs and only reach the upper 80s near 90 this afternoon.
That daytime heating will help set off the sea breeze front, and with a little extra help from the stalling out front to our south, we should see some late day storms developing along the coast. They'll be largely scattered in nature across the coast, but could contain some brief heavy rains for those who see it. Rain chances late in the day rise to around 30% for the coast to only 10% inland.
For today, mainly sunny skies with clouds increasing in the afternoon and a few scattered storms developing, largely along the coast. Highs today reach the upper 80s near 90°. Your 7 Day Forecast keeps us running similarly for the midweek forecast with a bit more sunshine and heat heading into the weekend.