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We’ve warmed up some for the weekend – what about you? Come on down to Panama City Beach; we’ll let you in on the secret we’ve been keeping – locals look forward to this time of year on the beach! The seascape is lovely, and there are lots of birds on the beach you don’t see when the surf is crowded. Bring your comfy winter sweaters AND something snazzy to wear out for a fabulous starlit evening.
Thursday night: Coming through that chilly front! Mostly sunny, with a low “only” near 34. Sunset is at 4:42 pm.
Friday: Sun up to 64 degrees. Get out and shop, or just relax. Explore our parks- check out the exceptional beauty of the beaches in all weather.
Friday Night: Gorgeous sunset at 4:42 pm. Amazing stars and a beautiful slip of a moon over the beach.
Saturday: Sunny with a little cloud, downright warm at 69! The Gulf should be a sight to behold.
Saturday Night: Sunset at 4:42 Not quite as cold tonight- just right for a trip up to H. G. Harders Park for Santa’s arrival, lights, hot chocolate. Off 231, north of Panama City.
Sunday: A wind from the west will bring in some showers and a fantastic looking beach. High about 59. Behind the showers will be some COLD air.
Sunday Night: Sun setting at 4:42 pm -low could be around 28 at the Beach, 23 -or less, inland! Brrr!
The air and water is so clear right now. There’s so much to see here- check out St. Andrew’s State Park for a showcase of natural beauty. Aaron Bessant Park at Pier PArk has a nature trail where you can see low coastal hammock and the wildlife that lives here. Tiptoe, and take a camera!
The Gulf is still full of fish, There is surf fishing and folks are seeing Kings, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Blue runners, Cobia, Pompano, Tarpon, Jacks, shark and more.Print Story