Yesterday, much of Florida got rocked with a line of thunderstorms associated with the low pressure that’s moving up the Eastern Seaboard and is dropping a bunch of snow from D.C. to Boston. That whole front has moved out over the Atlantic, which means… yup, you guessed it. A whole lotta nothing for the next couple of days.
At 1053PM EST, the temperature in Tallahassee, FL is 45 degrees under fair skies. As mentioned earlier, the cold front that swept through the Sunshine State yesterday is found over the Bahamas to the Florida Straits and broad high pressure is controlling much of the region from the Southern Plains throughout the Deep South and Gulf of Mexico. This dome of high pressure will center itself over the Gulf of Mexico, then over Florida by Saturday. In fact, the next chance of precip for the Florida Panhandle doesn’t appear to be until Sunday morning when a weak disturbance moves in from the west. In the meantime, hoards of sunshine is expected to finish off the workweek, but a rather chilly start to both days, as clear skies and a cool air mass could lead to areas of frost.
Thursday: Clear, some morning frost. High 57, Low 31.
Friday: A few clouds. High 66, Low 33.
TWC: Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 57, Low 27.
Friday: Sunny. High 64, Low 32.
AW: Thursday: Plenty of sunshine. High 59, Low 30.
Friday: Bright sunshine. High 65, Low 33.
NWS: Thursday: Morning frost. High 55, Low 31.
Friday: Sunny. High 62, Low 35.
WB: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 57, Low 32.
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 65, Low 32.
Here we see a few high clouds off to the west, but otherwise, a whoooole lotta nothing going on. Once again. I’ll let you know where my next forecast is for soon, and you can plan your vacation there. Guaranteed sun!