Good Wednesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on radar over the Panhandle. But we do have some clouds rolling in off showers and thunderstorms to our north. Most of them die out before they have any effect on our morning drive. However, we'll have better rain chances arriving into the afternoon.
Otherwise, it's another stifling morning where many on the coast haven't dropped out of the 80s overnight with upper 70s inland. Highs today will return to the 90s, but they may be a few degrees shy of what we topped out at yesterday where some inland communities reached the upper 90s near the triple digits on the thermometer. Highs on the coast today will be near 90° to the mid 90s inland with feels like temperatures of 100-108°. Dress comfy and keep the rain gear handy for later in the day today as many inland will get a cooling shower or thunderstorm.
We have a frontal boundary moving into the Southeast now that our upper level ridge of high pressure is sliding out to the west. This pattern change will lead toward a few unsettled days with scattered storms likely in the forecast by the mid to late afternoon today especially inland, or those closer to the approaching front. The front will settle into the Florida/Alabama state line and help to develop more storms a bit more throughout the midday and afternoon tomorrow. But by Friday we should see it weaken and slide a bit south, which could help draw in some much needed relief from the sultry humidity.
For today, mostly to partly sunny skies with clouds increasing in the afternoon and rain chances becoming likely by mid afternoon, especially north of Hwy20. Highs today reach the mid 90s inland to near 90 on the coast. Your 7 Day Forecast has an unsettled day tomorrow but a break in the heat coming as well.
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