6:56AM November 3, 2021

INCREASING CLOUDINESS TODAY; RAIN POSSIBLE TOMORROW INTO FRIDAY MORNING… Clouds will increase in coverage across the region on this Wednesday ahead of increasing rain chances tomorrow. High temperatures on this Wednesday will be in the low- to mid-70s. Scattered showers and maybe a few thunderstorms near the immediate coast will be possible on Thursday, specifically in the afternoon and evening hours. Cooler temperatures are slated to arrive Thursday evening into Friday after the passage of a cold front. Fortunately, it appears no severe weather issues will happen tomorrow into Friday. Rain, yes. Severe storms, conclusively NO. A few more Wednesday morning forecast notes are below.

RAIN CHANCES RISE TOMORROW… The cold front slated to move by our area tomorrow will spark off a few showers and perhaps a thunderstorm or two near or just to the south of the Alabama and northwest Florida beaches. High temperatures will be around 70 tomorrow. Thunderstorms are unlikely farther inland due to little or no surface-based instability.

COOLER AIR ARRIVES THURSDAY EVENING… Cooler air will surge into our area on Thursday evening into Friday behind an advancing cold front. High temperatures on Friday will only be in the low- to mid-60s. While a few showers may linger into Friday, I expect the rain to be well to our east by Friday evening.

PICTURE PERFECT WEATHER THIS WEEKEND… Mostly sunny skies are ahead for Saturday and for Sunday. High temperatures will be in the mid- to upper-60s with morning lows in the 40s. I see no signs of rain or any significantly inconvenient weather this weekend.

NICE START TO NEXT WEEK… Our nice streak of weather this weekend will extend into early next week. Highs on Monday and Tuesday will approach the 70 degree mark. Our next chance of rain next week happens late Wednesday into Thursday, although it is a bit too early for any specifics. This is the time of year when we must focus heavily on each passing weather system as we are in the thick of the fall severe weather season.

TROPICAL STORM WANDA MOVING NORTH OVER OPEN OCEAN… The National Hurricane Center continues to issue advisories on Tropical Storm Wanda, located well away from any land areas in the north-central Atlantic Ocean. Wanda is drifting north and is expected to turn more to the northeast in the days ahead. Wanda will not ever be a direct issue for the continental United States. The rest of the tropics, including the Gulf of Mexico, are quiet.

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See all the details in your Wednesday morning #rzw forecast video. Have a wonderful day!

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