Weather forecast for Charles’ Evening Pinpoint

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — Temperatures in Big Bend and South Georgia were again well above average Wednesday afternoon. Readings were in the 70s with at least one location at 80 as of 4 p.m. Wednesday. Temperatures are expected to dip into the 60s and upper 50s in many places Thursday morning with a chance of patchy fog and partly cloudy skies.

A mix of sun and cloud is forecast through Friday with highs near 80 and lows near 60 with a slight chance of showers. But changes are coming as we head into next weekend. The chance of rain will increase late Saturday through Saturday evening as a cold front is expected to approach from the southeast and cross the region on Sunday – likely in the morning. So far the chance of rain will be highest on Saturday night at 50%, but a possibility of showers cannot be ruled out on Sunday morning. Saturday’s highs will be near 80 with lows near 60, but Sunday will be mostly cloudy with the morning low near 60 and high in the lower 70s.

There will be a brief period of cooler temperatures on Monday with partly cloudy skies. The morning low is expected to be near 50 with a daytime high above 60s near 70s.

Guidance patterns continue to hint at a low pressure trough aloft moving from Mexico towards the Gulf Coast early in the week. This feature will provide lift to help develop a surface low and bring chance of rain to the viewing area. Different models hint at different intensities of the trough and the time of arrival, making the forecast less concrete – especially since it’s almost seven days away. For now, the chance of rain is 40% for Tuesday and 20% for Wednesday morning.

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Dale D. Schrum