Quiet now across the two-state region after frontal passage has moved through leaving us sunny and seasonable as we close the weekend. The beginning of the work week begins the same as high pressure remains the dominate feature across the southeast. With relatively weak flow aloft temperatures will be able to warm into the mid to 80s for Monday and Tuesday afternoon.
Mid-week we are watching another boundary that will move into the region helping to bring another chance of showers and storms to the area late Wednesday and lingering into early Thursday morning before we dry out as we wrap up the week.
The aforementioned boundary will stall along the Florida panhandle keeping us on the drier side until a few impulses move through the upper air stream triggering a few light shower chances over the weekend. Temperatures will be slightly cooler and below average for the long term portion and on par with the Climate Prediction Center’s 8-14 day outlook of below average temperatures into mid to late April.