In the wake of the cold front, now moving east along the Florida panhandle, a cooler and drier air mass will move into the region from the Northwest. Clearing skies this morning will lead to sunshine through the rest of today as high-pressure builds into the region through Thursday.
Below seasonal temperatures in the lower to mid 70s are expected to continue heading into the weekend. Low temperatures Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will drop into the lower 50s.
The next disturbance will begin moving into the northwestern portion of the viewing area late Thursday, bringing us a chance for showers Thursday afternoon.
As an area of low-pressure begins to develop in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, the next cold front approaching our area will stall before it reaches us. This will increase the moisture in the area through the weekend with cloudy skies and rain potential of 1-3 inches possible through early next week.