Fall Weather Starts Now

Weather Update–10:43 p.m.

A cold evening ahead! The main front will arrive by early this evening and there may be a few storms to develop along it, though guidance has been a bit reluctant to develop anything organized. Not anticipating severe or strong storms, but there could be a few rumbles of thunder later. Otherwise we will transition to Fall overnight will temperatures plummeting through the 60s and into the low 50s overnight wind NW wind 5-10 mph with gust around 20 mph. It may feel like we’re in the upper 40s at times. That is a far cry from the mornings the last few weeks in the 70s! Dress warmly!

Hurricane Michael made landfall around noon Wednesday between Mexico Beach and Panama City Florida. A strong category 4 hurricane that pulsed up to 155 mph sustained winds as it made landfall as the 3rd strongest hurricane to hit the U.S. since records have been kept! Michael ranks as the strongest hurricane to hit the northern Florida panhandle. Michael will continue to weaken overnight pushing through Georgia before heading into the Carolina’s.


Storm Team Meteorologist
Brian Davis

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