MIDWAY, FL (WTXL) -- A stalled out front draped across the region is separating high pressure to our north from a low pressure system situated over central Florida.
The low will continue lifting north closer to our region, bringing overcast conditions and enhanced rain chances. Southeast and coastal counties will likely see rainfall by late morning. The chance for rain decreases the more north and west you are. A stray shower drifting into southwest Georgia can't be ruled out. The ample cloud cover and afternoon rain will prevent temperatures from climbing too far above 80.
Monday still holds a chance for rain throughout the day as the low pushes northwest and away from the region. Coastal areas will likely see rain in the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will stay in the upper 70s to low 80s.
By Tuesday, high pressure builds into the southeast. Conditions will be breezy and mostly cloudy. Rain chances are limited by the nearby high pressure and lack of moisture source. Temperatures climb to more seasonable levels, mid 80s, due to more sunshine. Overnight lows will fall to the mid to upper 60s. The remainder of the week features clear skies will afternoon highs in the mid 80s.