We’re working a weak area of low pressure across the area today. What that means for you is off and on rain for a good part of Tuesday. Rain totals won’t be drought busting, averaging between ¼” – ¾” with jackpots closer to the Apalachicola River. Meanwhile, if it’s not raining for you it’ll be mostly cloudy with highs climbing into the mid and upper 60s. Tonight, we’ll get partial clearing with lows near 50° by Wednesday morning. It’s still safe to call the rest of this work week “slightly unsettled”, after a Wednesday rain lull, another disturbance brings us a shot of showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday. Highs will keep getting warming into the low and mid 70s through Friday with lows, on the mild side, in the 50s. This weekend we ditch the gloomy trend with more sun and highs near 70°.
I do want to throw out that it is National Weatherperson’s day. (http://www.crh.noaa.gov/lsx/?n=wxmanday) So, if you know anyone, hug and thank a meteorologist today! Be safe and have a great day!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker