DETAILED WEATHER FORECAST
Tonight will be primarily overcast with an increase of stray showers and widespread drizzle across our area. We'll not get as cool as last night, most areas will be in the lower to mid 40's. Clouds settling in will keep temperatures rather steady. Winds NE 10-15 mph.
Sunday will remain cool and only warm up slightly. Most locations in the Wiregrass will see temperatures rise only to the upper 50's and maybe just a few spots in the lower 60's. However clouds will linger, and rain chances will slacken off a bit, mainly reserved for the AM hours. Stray showers could pop up in the afternoon. Winds ENE 5-10 mph.
Clouds persist through the overnight hours, and rain chances low but still there. Winds will become calmer, still primarily out of the east, which will gradually bring warmer temperatures come Monday.
The trend this upcoming week: intermittent clouds and rain, but also warmer weather. Starting Mondays, highs will climb to the lower 70's giving us our first glimpse of Spring. The warming pattern will last on into Wednesday, when we will see increased rain and thunderstorm chances. The unsettled pattern will pick up with our next system moving through Thursday, which will usher in cooler temperatures.
Along the Coast
Always check conditions before going into the water.
On Sunday - Overcast, Stray Showers
Wind: NE 5-10 kts Seas: 1-5 ft. Bays: Smooth to Moderate Chop
UV: 4 Water Temp: 55°
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