Good Wednesday morning everyone!
Meteorologist Ryan Michaels breaking down where we're most likely to see rain showers today, in the lime green shaded region. However, he says they'll be scattered and hit or miss in that region. Rain chances are much less likely west of Hwy79.
It's an active morning on radar over the Panhandle this morning as a weak area of low pressure over the Big Bend is stirring up some scattered showers and thunderstorms this morning. They'll be largely confined to areas southeast of Highway 231 and more so for the Forgotten Coast as this weak low pulls a stalled front back up across our area today. So grab the umbrellas once again if you're heading out over Bay, Calhoun, Liberty, Gulf and Franklin Counties.
Everyone else will be off to a quieter but still mostly cloudy start with temperatures pretty warm and humid in the mid 70s. Highs will once again be toasty warm near 90 degrees give or take a few degrees depending on whether your on the coast or inland where highs may reach the low 90s in some spots to the west.
While we still have some lift this morning provided by the developing low over the Big Bend, most of that lift will head out toward Georgia through the daytime. It is dragging another stalled out boundary in its wake, and we'll keep a small chance for rain along that boundary mainly over Gulf, Calhoun, Jackson, Liberty and Franklin Counties today. Everyone else is looking much quieter with the exception of a stray afternoon quick shower over the I-10 corridor on the sea breeze. The good news is this is the last of our stormy days for the rest of the week.
As this latest low and associated front pull away tonight and early tomorrow morning, we'll see another round of storms passing through, and once again for folks along and east of Hwy231. But for the rest of the day tomorrow and into the upcoming weekend we should be much drier and feature a bit more sunshine in our skies.
For today, mostly to partly cloudy skies with a few scattered showers or thunderstorms along Hwy231 and to the southeast. Highs today near 90° give or take a few degrees from the coast on inland. Your 7 Day Forecast brings in much drier conditions for Thursday through Saturday before a typical afternoon stray shower chance returns on Father's Day Sunday.
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