Sally Treks Across The Wiregrass, Improvements Overnight

From Chief Meteorologist David Paul in the 4Warn Storm Center:
Published: Sep. 16, 2020 at 2:41 PM CDT
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SYNOPSIS – Sally is a weakening system, tracking to the northeast and eventually out of the Wiregrass. We’ll see the rain end overnight, with mainly cloudy to partly sunny skies for Thursday. After some break-up in the cloudiness Thursday night, we’ll see fairly cloudy skies again for Friday and Saturday. Temperatures will run cooler than normal, especially at night, for later in the weekend and into next week. Bring on fall!

TONIGHT – Rain ending, otherwise cloudy. Low near 72°. Winds SE-S 15-25 mph.

TOMORROW – Mostly cloudy to partly sunny, a stray shower is possible. High near 78°. Winds SW at 10-20 mph.

TOMORROW NIGHT – Partly cloudy. Low near 70°. Winds NW at 5 mph.


FRI: Mostly cloudy to partly sunny. Low: 70° High: 83° 10%

SAT: Mostly cloudy to partly sunny, slight shower chance. Low: 70° High: 78° 20%

SUN: Partly cloudy. Low: 63° High: 78° 5%

MON: Partly cloudy. Low: 60° High: 77° 5%

TUE: Partly cloudy. Low: 60° High: 77° 5%

WED: Mostly sunny. Low: 58° High: 79° 5%

COASTAL FORECAST THURSDAY – Choppy on Coastal Lakes and Bays. Winds W at 15-20 kts. Seas 5-6 feet.

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