Panhandle weather forecast: 11/29/21

Places inland will see areas of scattered fog throughout the early hours of Monday morning. By mid-morning the sun will try to evaporate the fog, and we will only see blue skies and sunshine until sunset at 4:42 p.m. CST today. Temperatures will be warmer than yesterday, finally surpassing the 50s, but will still be cool for this time of year – we expect highs in the 60s. Winds will blow from the north at 10-15 mph, bringing cool, dry air all day.

Overnight through Tuesday morning, temperatures will drop to between 30 and 30 degrees in Northwest Florida. A frost advisory or frost watch may be issued for our inland locations by the National Weather Service as these areas will likely experience near freezing temperatures. Fortunately, warmer weather is on its way for the next few days, with highs stretching from the low 60s to the mid 70s by Friday.

High pressure will develop over the southeast and the Gulf Coast this week. It will work to bring us sunshine, calm conditions and a southerly / southeasterly wind which will bring warmer air from the Gulf. Chances of rain remain out of forecast until the weekend when another system may produce precipitation across the Panhandle, but at the moment the rain appears to be very limited.

Check back for forecast updates throughout the week! – Meteorologist Kristen Kennedy

Dale D. Schrum