Forecast Trends DRIER and HOTTER in Panama City, MINIMAL RAIN EXPECTED

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PANAMA CITY, Fla.- As we work out the details of the prediction for the first half of this week, it’s evident that extensive rain is unlikely, and temperatures are rising. While the sea breeze may spark some additional storm activity on a few days, the pattern stays quite typical for June, with the Panhandle ‘ missing out on any of the steady rain we’re now experiencing over the Florida Peninsula.

TONIGHT: Slightly less humid air inland will cause morning lows in the 60s around and north of I10 on Wednesday. Everyone else is stuck in the 1970s, regrettably. A little north-northeast wind will subside overnight, leaving a largely clear sky. Patchy fog may occur in locations where it rained on Tuesday.

TOMORROW: Your one-word forecast: HOT. Temperatures will return to the 90s across the region, with the tri-state area experiencing the highest temperatures on Wednesday afternoon. Except for a few fleeting clouds, the sky will be sunny throughout the day, with only slight rises in humidity. If you enjoy rain, drive east. The biggest likelihood of showers and thunderstorms will be near Tallahassee and the Florida Big Bend region. In our viewing area, we have a less than 20% probability of an afternoon pop-up in Calhoun, Liberty, Gulf, and Franklin counties.

REST OF WEEK: On Thursday, some upper-level influence might boost our rain chances back to approximately 30%. Expect a few quick-hitting midday pop-ups. Northerly winds may also pin the sea breeze down towards the shore, so keep a lookout for the unusual afternoon thunderstorm on the beach. Friday and Saturday appear dryer as high-pressure moves in, with temperatures reaching into the mid to upper 90s. The heat index will likely exceed 100 degrees on both days as per

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