An upper level disturbance is moving out of the Plains. Ahead of it, a plume of moisture has resulted in a cloudy start to the day with isolated showers for the Florida panhandle. As the disturbance moves east & out of our area by this afternoon, skies will gradually clear leading to some sunshine for us before sunset. However, under a clear sky tonight...temps will easily fall into the low-mid 30s by Thursday morning. So, tomorrow is another day that you'll need to bundle up before walking out of the door. It also won't be a bad idea to cover up your sensitive plants tonight...especially if you're north of I-10.
Once we get past Thursday morning, another warming trend will take place. Thursday afternoon brings seasonable low 60s back to the forecast. Then we're expecting 70s to return for the weekend!
Rain, on the other hand, isn't out of the forecast. Once today's isolated showers move out, the next chance for rain comes this weekend as an upper disturbance rolls across our area. The rain chances continue into Monday...courtesy of a cold front that'll roll in.
Meteorologist Deitra Tate