Dense Fog, Rain ChancesFebruary 2nd, 2014 at 8:37 pm by Jason Smith under FOX10 Stormtracker Weather
Deep Gulf moisture continues to stream in over the cooler near shore waters tonight, making for a very mild and damp night. A Dense Fog Advisory will remain in effect for the coastal counties overnight and through 6am. Shower chances really increase ahead of a weak cold front after midnight. Most areas will only see a ¼” of rain, with most of the significant totals over northern Alabama. We could see an isolated rumble of thunder, but most areas will only see showers tonight with the instability remaining low.
Morning Rain Ends
Most of the rain in the forecast area will be around early in the day Monday. The surface front will slowly drag towards the Panhandle and stalls there by afternoon. Temperatures will be steady in the upper 50’s for most of the day with cloudy skies. This front hangs around, with rain chances back on the increase Tuesday.
A Bit Cooler
A cool front will ease through on Tuesday night bringing a few showers to the area. By Wednesday night, the Gulf Coast will see a small piece of the colder air mass, hanging over the nation’s mid-section. Lows will be in the 30’s along I-10 Wednesday and Thursday nights. Most spots along and south of I-10 will be just above freezing based on the current forecast. Thursday will be especially chilly with highs only in the lower 50’s.Temperatures rebound by Friday with a return of rain chances for the end of the week and the weekend.