MONDAY Thanks to a southerly shift to the subtropical jet most of the rain will remain south of the viewing area on Monday, we will see just a slight chance of a shower in the afternoon. High temperatures today will be in the lower 80s with a 20% rain chance. MONDAY NIGHT An upper level low will begin to propagate eastward from the Great Plains upping our rain chances to around 50% overnight. The best chance for rain will likely be along the panhandle, severe storms are unlikely but not ruled out entirely. Low temperatures will be in th60s TUESDAY An upper level low pressure system over the southern plains will begin to move eastward sparking convective thunderstorms out ahead of it. A few thunderstorms may be strong to severe in the afternoon hours, the 4warn Weather Team will be keeping you updated on the development of this system. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s. EXTENDED The chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue through Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as a surface low tracks right over the wiregrass area. The good news is behind this system we will be seeing much more spring like weather even temperatures below average for Thursday and Friday. Under the influence of NW flow much cooler and drier air will move into place, we will see sunny skies with afternoon highs in the mid 70s.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Monday - PM Scattered Thunderstorms Rip Current Risk: Moderate Wind: S 5-10 kts Seas: 2-3 ft Bays: Smooth UV Index: 7 Water Temp: 75°
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