Charles’ Pinpoint weather forecast – Saturday, September 18
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Temperatures were still muggy on Saturday morning with showers along the coast of Franklin County and parts of Liberty County. Many of these showers ended by 9 a.m., but more are expected Saturday afternoon and evening. High atmospheric humidity, potential for a little mid-level lift, some daytime warming, and sea breeze / flow limits will all help trigger showers and thunderstorms again.
The low airflow means that individual storms won’t move much. Maximums will remain in the 80s on Saturday with almost 70% chance of rain. The pattern for Sunday won’t change much; therefore the chances of rain will be 80% with highs in the mid-80s.
Chances of rain remain high for the first half of the week, but changes could be forthcoming. Guidance models continue to hint at a broad trough plunging across the Midwest from Monday to Tuesday, setting the stage for a surface low to move across the Great Lakes and cause a cold front in the east. the United States. At the time of this writing, the eastern front is expected to move through Wednesday late Wednesday night.
How far south the cold front moves will determine whether the chances of rain are completely removed from the entire observation area or will linger for the southern parts. For now, the chance of rain on Thursday is 20% with a 10% chance on Friday. The lows could dip to the low in the mid-1960s in inland areas with highs in the low in the mid-1980s and partly cloudy skies. Trends in guidance patterns will continue to be monitored.
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