Warm Again Today, Storms Arrive Thursday
From Meteorologist Zach Hatcher in the 4Warn Storm Center:
SYNOPSIS – Skies will be partly sunny through much of the day Wednesday. A light breeze will be persistent through the day from the southeast at 5-10 miles per hour. Temperatures will be warm during the afternoon in the upper 60s and lower 70s and mild overnight with temps back in the middle 50s. Dry conditions prevail until early Thursday when a storm system ramps up in the deep south, bringing thunderstorms and heavy rain by Thursday afternoon. Though the severe weather threat is higher to our west, a few damaging wind gusts or isolated tornado cannot be ruled out completely. The associated cold front pulls through by Friday afternoon, leaving behind a westerly flow and cooler conditions for the weekend.
TODAY – Partly Sunny, High near 71, winds from the SE at 5-10 miles per hour.
TONIGHT – Mostly Cloudy, Low near 57. Winds from the E at 5-10 miles per hour.
TOMORROW – Scattered Showers and Storms. High near 73°. Winds from the SE 10-15 miles per hour. A Few Strong Storms Overnight.
FRI: Showers & Storms, A Few Strong Storms. Low: 65: High: 70° 80% Showers & Storms
SAT: Few Showers and Storms. Low: 54° High: 62° 40% Showers
SUN: Sunny. Low: 40° High: 55° 10% Showers
MON: Sunny, Low: 36° High: 57° 0% Showers
TUES: Sunny. Low: 38° High: 60° 5% Showers
WED: Partly Cloudy, Low: 39° High: 61° 10% Showers
COASTAL FORECAST WEDNESDAY – Choppy Bays. Winds SE at 20 kts. Seas 4-6 ft.
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