Short Term Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT)...WITH DEEP LAYER
RIDGING FORECAST TO BUILD OVERHEAD BEGINNING ON TUESDAY...A FAIRLY
BENIGN WEEK OF WEATHER IS IN STORE. TONIGHT...AREAS OF LOW CLOUDS
MAY DEVELOP ALONG THE WESTERN PERIPHERY OF THE SURFACE RIDGE WHERE
MOISTURE ADVECTION AND COASTAL CONVERGENCE IS OPTIMIZED. HAVE
INCLUDED MORE CLOUD COVER IN THE GRIDS GENERALLY WEST OF THE
APALACHICOLA RIVER. THERE IS A SLIGHT CHANCE THAT TOMORROW MORNING
SOME SHOWER ACTIVITY MAY DEVELOP IN THIS REGION AS WELL. THESE VERY
ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE FORECAST TO LAST INTO THE AFTERNOON AND MUCH
LIKE THE EARLY MORNING CLOUD COVER...WILL BE CONFINED TO OUR
WESTERNMOST COUNTIES. TUESDAY AFTERNOON WILL CONTINUE THE GRADUAL
WARMING TREND WITH HIGHS EXPECTED TO BE IN THE MID AND UPPER 80S.
TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...MORE WIDESPREAD LOW CLOUD
COVER IS EXPECTED WITH FOG BECOMING A CONCERN AS WELL. HAVE INCLUDED
PATCHY FOG IN THE GRIDS FOR AREAS ALONG THE EASTERN PANHANDLE OF
FLORIDA AND ACROSS SOUTHEASTERN ALABAMA. RAIN CHANCES WILL BE NIL ON
WEDNESDAY AND HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO PUSH THE 90 DEGREE
MARK. OVERNIGHT LOWS THROUGH THE PERIOD WILL REMAIN IN THE MID 60S.


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