MIDWAY, FL (WTXL) -- It's going to be feeling warm Monday afternoon, as highs climb to the mid 70's. Conditions will be partly cloudy, as a nearby cold front pushes upper level clouds into the area throughout the day. The region will see enough sun, allowing temperatures to climb several degrees above average for this time of year. Overnight lows will fall to the mid 50's tonight.
Tuesday will be overcast as the cold front continues moving southeast closer to the region. Afternoon highs will still be able to climb to the mid 70's before dropping to the 50's overnight. Rain ahead of the front will begin as early as Tuesday night, lingering on and off until Friday.
Wednesday will be overcast with showers and isolated thunderstorm. Temperatures start to cool Wednesday, falling to lower and mid 60's. By Wednesday night, the line of shower will reach the Suwannee Valley.
Temperatures will be chilly Thursday and into the weekend, only reaching the mid 50's and falling to the upper 30's or lower 40's overnight. An upper level feature will cause cold rain behind the front in a scattered to widespread fashion. By late in the day Friday, we will likely start to see some clearing. For the weekend, mostly sunny conditions with highs in the mid 50's.