This is going to be another fantastic weekend on Panama City Beach. The weather is going to be amazing. We couldn’t have asked for a better weekend for outdoor events and the Panama City Beach Seafood Wine and Music Festival. The beaches are amazing, and graced with the most beautiful emerald green waters of the year, crystal clear and still warm.
Weather wise – Panama city Beach has outdone itself- if you’re hearing about a tropical depression bringing bad weather to Florida – the other Florida – here on the Panhandle we could not ask for better weather to usher in October! Cool and dry; you can even pack that tissue weight longsleeved tee you’ve been wanting to wear – or just bring a cute sleevless top to put with some black jeans and high boots! This weekend’s weather will be perfect for Thunder Beach.
Every week we’ll feature the weekend weather update for you local beach-goers and you out-of-town beach dwellers that come down here for some weekend sun. Keep an eye right here in the future to see if your weekend will have sun, fun or a rain cloud or two!
What to expect, wear and do this weekend.
This one’s easy – FUN in the SUN! The southeast is dominated by a big beautiful high pressure system settled right over Georgia. That is keeping all the rain OUT and the clear, blue skies in.
The only effect we’re seeing from those mid-Atlantic disturbances ( Igor, Julia, and Karl) is a little dampness, and a few clouds being pulled down by winds from the east. That kicks up a little wave action for the surfers. None of the storms are expected to come anywhere near Panama City Beach.
Ladies, pack light tees, tanks, capris, a sundress; always bring a cute sweater – you’ll have lots of chances this weekend to be out on the beach and the beach decks at night this weekend. Guys, bring “nice” shorts and a polo and tees, and it’s a perfect weekend to swim and sun, so remember trunks for the guys, and a two piece swim suit for the girls.
Everyone wear or pack HATS- there will be lots of sun and lots to see and do outdoors, so make sure you have hats and sunscreen.
Read on for a day by day forecast.