Good Wednesday morning everyone!
Meteorologist Ryan Michaels says the fog may start to redevelop along the coast late today and into this evening.
It's a quiet start on radar and satellite despite a few clouds cruising overhead. Another Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for NWFL this morning until 9amCST. Visibility will be below a mile in many locations out the door this morning. So give yourself a few minutes extra out the door to take it slow on the roads, and don't forget to turn on your headlights!
Otherwise, it's another mild and muggy morning with most waking up in the 60s. We'll see another warm and humid day ahead once the fog lifts out! It'll lift out around 8 or 9am to a bit of cloud cover before that dissipates to mostly sunny skies through the midday. Highs will respond to the sunshine and could even push the 80s once again in areas inland that receive more while the coast tops out in the mid 70s. The onshore breeze of warm and humid air, while light in speed, is moving over cooler Gulf water temperatures in the lower 60s. That will act to keep beach temperatures closer to 70° this afternoon.
As we head toward the end of the day, when temperatures begin to cool off in the late afternoon, we'll quickly start to see our air saturate and produce clouds and fog on the coast to finish off the daylight hours. That fog will once again spread out inland as we continue to cool off through the overnight bringing another foggy start to our Thursday morning as well.
We'll finally start to see this warm and humid, spring-like, pattern breaking by the late week as a cold front moves in for Thursday with a slight chance for a shower. It'll help to bring in drier northerly winds for Friday and a slight cool down into the 60s.
For today, partly sunny skies after some fog and clouds in the morning. Highs today reach the mid 70s on the coast to upper 70s near 80 inland. Your 7 Day Forecast keeps us running in this spring-like pattern for another day before a slight cool down comes by Friday.
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