Good Tuesday morning everyone!
Meteorologist Ryan Michaels showing temperatures are down just a few degrees as a weak cold front passes through today.
It's another quiet start on satellite and radar this morning for NWFL as scattered showers are showing up over the Florida Peninsula to our southwest as a cold front is moving through the Panhandle this morning. Don't expect any big cool down behind this front, however. We'll see temperatures stay pretty close to what we had yesterday. This front just helps to keep us away from the extreme heat we had last week.
So we'll start out still above average in the upper 60s to low 70s which is pleasantly warm. And with plenty of sunshine out the door this morning we'll warm up to similar highs we had yesterday in the upper 80s on the coast to low 90s inland. Again, not the extreme heat we had last week, just plain old above average warmth.
An upper level trough will stir up some afternoon storms to our north while the slow moving weak front moves south of the Panhandle this creating a few scattered showers as well. Outflow boundaries from any decaying afternoon showers or storms could help create more storms across the area, however, anything for the Panhandle is expected to be very isolated in nature.
The front passes south tonight and tomorrow, and another shot at a stray shower could develop. However, like today, most of your Wednesday will feature mainly to mostly sunny skies as moisture aloft is limited.
For today, mainly to mostly sunny skies with highs in the upper 80s on the coast near 90 degrees to the low 90s inland. There's an isolated chance of a stray shower this afternoon, rain chance at 10%. Your 7 Day Forecast continues to keep us running with warm highs in the afternoons near 90 degrees with limited rain chances.
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