Charles’ Morning Pinpoint Weather Forecast - Monday, June 14

Updated: Jun. 14, 2021 at 8:14 AM EDT
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The new work week started with fog along the I-75 corridor with visibility observations near zero miles Monday morning. The fog is forecast to dissipate in the morning, leaving mainly a partly cloudy sky through the morning into the afternoon. Rain chances are forecast to be lower Monday with highs ranging from near 90 to the mid 90s.

An approaching cold front will be one extra lifting mechanism that will increase rain chances Tuesday - mostly over the Big Bend and the border counties of Georgia. Rain chances, overall, will be at least 50% Tuesday with highs in the 90s.

How far south the front moves will determine how much drier air makes its way to the surface, but overall atmospheric moisture is forecast to be lower for the vast majority of the viewing area starting Wednesday and lasting through Thursday. Rain chances will be on the lower end, for now, at 20% for both days. Highs will be in the mid 90s inland.

The broad area of low pressure in the Bay of Campeche is still being monitored for potential development by the National Hurricane Center. As of 8 a.m., odds for development are at 60% over the next five days. It’s a bit too early to be specific with the forecast, but moisture could increase in the viewing area as the low moves north into the weekend. More should be known about its future path and impacts in the U.S. Gulf Coast over the next several days. Stay tuned.

For now, rain chances will only increase to 30% to 40% late week into the next weekend.

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