A Tropical Wave overhead is set to move over the Panhandle in the next 24 hours, but how fast it moves away from us, is making the forecast for rain coverage very tricky the next three days.
While just about every model has it gone for Tuesday, there are signs that it could hang around the Gulf, the Panhandle, and our coastlines through Thursday.
What this would mean is the type of set up that looks a lot like Monday did. A real mixed bag of weather will find us expecting sunshine, overcast skies, thunderstorms, over and over again for Tuesday, as well as possibly Wednesday and Thursday too.
If this Low moves far enough inland over Southern Georgia/Alabama then we will drop rain coverage amounts for the middle of the week, but for now I would expect scattered thunderstorms at any point in the day from now until Thursday evening.
With sunshine in the mix too (typical for Tropical Waves) when there are no storms around to be found, then temps will be hot, reaching the low 90's for highs. Winds will also be fairly light and that will make the high humidity feel pretty oppressive.
Be careful around storms that do develop as they will bring dangerous lightning, flooding rainfall, and gusty winds.
Chief Meteorologist - Jim Van Fleet