A big cold dome of high pressure has moved into the region. A northerly wind flow out ahead of it is pullling cold Canadian air right into our neighborhood. This is the coldest blast we've had yet this month. Highs today will struggle to reach the low to mid 50s under partly cloudy skies. Low pressure set to head in from the Gulf will kick up a few showers east of I-65 overnight. It'll remain chilly, with wake up temps tanking in the upper 30s tomorrow morning. Wednesday's skies will be partly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers primarily across NW Florida.
The coldest start this week will be Thursday morning, with mid 30s in town, and inland sections near freezing. However, we quickly rebound into the low 60s during the afternoon. Temps modify on Friday and Saturday thanks to an onshore flow with maximum numbers in the mid to upper 60s. More moisture and instability will allow a few showers to cruise back into the forecast on Sunday as highs approach 70.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster