DETAILED WEATHER FORECAST
A less active weather pattern will be the story for the Wiregrass today, with most rain sticking around our southern counties. At most an isolated shower or thunderstorm could pop up, but overall chances are fairly slim-- however cloud cover will still be a factor. A lack of wet weather could allow temperatures to warm up near the 80 degree mark. Winds: SW 5 mph. Rain: 50%
A few scattered showers overnight will make way for a stronger line of storms as we progress in to the AM hours. Overcast conditions prevail once again, and overnight lows will hover around the mid to upper 60s. Winds: SE 5-10 mph. Rain: 60%
SUNDAYThe potential for heavy rain and severe weather becomes a factor on Sunday morning, where models are currently projecting a line of potentially strong storms moving through around the sunrise hours. Once this rain clears out by later in the afternoon, drier air will take over and initiate more tranquil conditions to kick off the week. Highs will rise to the mid to upper 70s. As far as severe weather, we'll keep you updated as we continue to fine-tune the forecast.
Past a stormy Sunday, things finally start to clear up as a drier air mass settles in over the Wiregrass for a few days. A slight rain chance exists through Monday, but then nearly diminishes through midweek. A cold front coming through will help our overnight temperatures to cool off more so than the past week, with a slight chill in the mid to upper 50s once the sun goes down. Afternoon highs will remain closer to average, in the upper 70s to lower 80s.
Along the Coast
Always check conditions before going into the water.
On Saturday - Showers/T-storms Possible
Rip Current Risk: Moderate
Wind: S to SW 5-10 kts Seas: 1-2 ft Bays: Smooth
UV: 8 Water Temp: 75°
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