6:58AM December 3, 2018

DRY DAY FOR MOST; FEW SHOWERS POSSIBLE ON SOUTHEAST SIDE… Enjoy the mild temperatures today as we will head back into cold temperatures later tonight into Tuesday! There could be a few showers across parts of Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, and Covington counties this afternoon, very similar to what we saw over the last few days. No severe weather is expected. Rain totals today should be much lower than what we had over the weekend. Just like the weekend, however, much of the interior region of south Alabama will remain completely dry today.

COLD FRONT MOVES THROUGH TONIGHT… Temperatures will take a tumble later this evening as a strong cold front moves by from northwest to southeast. This front will push all of the rain and clouds out, giving us a nice, clear sky by Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures on Tuesday may struggle to hit the 60 degree mark. Overnight lows by Wednesday morning will likely be in the low-30s for most.

SUNNY MIDWEEK… Ample sunshine is expected on Wednesday and Thursday as an area of surface high pressure keeps us high and dry with cold temperatures in place. We’ll have somewhat of a moderating temperature trend by the end of the week when high temps on Friday make a run at the mid-60s.

RAIN LIKELY SATURDAY… Unfortunately, another cold front is slated to move by this weekend, bringing with it a chance of showers and maybe a few thunderstorms. There could be significant ice/snow issues well to our north in portions of Tennessee, Kentucky, and into North Carolina. No wintry precipitation is expected in our local area. It is still too early to know whether severe weather may be an issue, but as of now, models suggest that this will be more of a big rain event than anything else. We’ll keep watching!

See all the details in your Monday #rzw forecast video… Have a great day!

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