The heavy rains are gone, but we’ll keep clouds and a handful of lingering showers today. Temperatures stay on the mild side.
Patchy fog may be a part of your morning commute. Visibility is dipping to 1/4 mile in a few spots near the coast. Temperatures and dew points are close around the News 5 area, so more fog is possible this morning. Use low beam headlights and leave plenty of space between you and the car ahead.
We’ve seen a few lingering showers this morning, mostly over the Florida Panhandle. Rain chance for most of today will be a skimpy 10%.
Yesterday’s rainfall totals ranged from about an inch in MS and most of AL to more than 3 inches in southern Okaloosa County, FL.
After this mornings patchy fog, skies will be mostly cloudy for the middle of the day, with more sun peeking through the clouds in the late afternoon. A sprinkle is possible. Temperatures start in the upper 50s and low 60s, and we’ll warm to the low 70s this afternoon. Coastal communities will be a few degrees cooler than inland communities.
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The next few days will be partly cloudy and mild with highs Thursday and Friday in the mid 70s. A cold front passes through our neighborhood Friday night, with a few showers along the boundary. Once it passes, the weekend will be sunny, with low humidity and cooler temperatures. Highs Saturday and Sunday in the upper 60s with lows dipping into the mid 40s Saturday night.