Weather forecast for Charles’ Pinpoint – Monday September 6th
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Labor Day morning temperatures were a little warmer than 24 hours earlier, as humidity continued to slowly return in the Big Bend and South Georgia. As a result, chances of rain will be about 10% higher than Sunday, with highs ranging from the upper 80s on the coast to near 90 in the interior. The weather on the beach will be pleasant, but a moderate threat of reverse currents was in place for the Franklin County coast.
Chances of rain will continue to increase and peak on Wednesday as a cold front is expected to move slowly in the southeast and a low pressure trough in the Gulf of Mexico moves northeast into the region. The National Hurricane Center was already monitoring this area for low-end potential for tropical development over the next five days. Chances of rain will be 40% on Tuesday and increase to 70% on Wednesday. Wednesday and Thursday highs will drop into the 1980s as clouds and rain will keep temperatures under control.
Guidance models differ on details after Thursday night, but agree to keep enough moisture in place to reduce the chance of rain Friday through Sunday, with highs closer to 90. Minimum temperatures will be closer to 70 for the aforementioned mornings.
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