Slightly unsettled and warm best describes our weather through the weekend. We’ve got a couple of weak weather features that will keep clouds around today along with an isolated shower or two. The first is a stalled out frontal boundary stretching from the southeast Georgia coast southwest back into the central Gulf of Mexico. This boundary won’t move much today but it will be enough to pop a couple showers east of Jefferson/Brooks counties by this evening. The second weak punch is an area of low pressure passing to our south; this will throw isolated showers a few miles off shore over marine areas through this afternoon. Meanwhile, we miss out on any cooling today with highs pushing back into the mid and upper 70s inland; lower 70s at the coast. Tonight, our two weak weather players leave and we get rain free but warm conditions to drive us through the weekend. Forecast highs by Sunday will be near 81° with comfortably cool lows in the low 50s. Next week has the possibility of being pretty unsettled. A front will quickly approach Monday bringing with it the best chance for rain we’ve seen in a while, still though, it doesn’t look like much. A brief break in the action comes Tuesday with cooler lows near 72°. Larger questions arise with Wednesday’s forecast but current trends point to another wet weather maker; stay tuned!
Be safe and have a great Thursday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker