Panhandle weather forecast: 11/23/21

Temperatures this morning are about 10 to 20 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago, thanks to a cold front that brought in cooler air from the north / northeast. Tuesday begins with temperatures between 30 and 40 degrees high in most areas of Northwest Florida. Today’s highs will reach the top 50. Overnight, clear skies and a breeze will allow conditions to be even colder until Wednesday morning, with the whole Panhandle seeing temperatures in the 1930s. Further inland, temperatures will flirt with the freeze. Expect uneven frost tomorrow morning.

High pressure will build up in the central and eastern United States from Tuesday to Thursday. The sun is expected throughout this period with a tendency towards gradual warming. Temperatures will tend towards the low 60s on Wednesday afternoon and the warmer Thanksgiving Day.

On Thanksgiving Day it will be sunny and high temperatures in the 60s, near 70 degrees. On Friday, another front will cross the southeast. However, this one will hardly produce any rain. However, this will cause temperatures to vary before the weekend.

– Forecast by Meteorologist Kristen Kennedy – Tuesday 23 November 2021

Dale D. Schrum