12/26 – Jeff’s “Above Freezing” Monday Night Forecast

Temperatures are cold, but widespread freezing conditions are not on the table tonight. Clouds will be in the area thanks to a cold front that has made its way through the Tennessee Valley. The cold front will not be significant for our area.

Tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today with high temperatures near seasonal averages. Expect a few upper-level clouds through the day. Return flow off of the Gulf of Mexico will be in effect with moisture continuing to increase through the middle of this week.

With a southerly flow and the nearshore waters being cold, sea fog will be primed to set up beginning Wednesday. A frontal system will become a factor as we close out this week. Cloud coverage will increase Thursday, then rain chances increase heading into Friday. Widespread shower and thunderstorm activity will occur Friday into Saturday. There is an 80% chance of thunderstorms Friday, and a 60% chance Saturday. The potential is there for efficient rainmakers as we head into the New Year.

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