More showers are in the forecast tonight. Areas of fog will be possible along and west of I-65 as a cold front remains parked over the region. Temperatures tonight will again be dependent on where you live in relation to the front. If you live east of it, you'll stay in the 60s. West of the front, temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s. The cold front will finally move out of the area on Wednesday. As it does, temperatures will cool back down from west to east. Expect the warmest temperatures Wednesday east of I-65 and into northwest Florida. Areas from Mobile westward will likely see high temperatures early, then progressively get colder as the day wears on.
A few showers will be possible early Thursday across northwest Florida, but most of the rain will be over by that time. Sunshine will build back in during the afternoon with highs in the 50s. Low temperatures in the 30s can be expected Thursday and Friday night. This weekend, we will slowly warm up to around 60 with more sunshine. By next week, another front will drop into the area bringing more cold air on Monday. The coldest days will be Tuesday and Wednesday, when highs could drop into the 40s across the area. This has the potential to be the coldest air of the season, so stay tuned.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley