A modest cold front is entering the region from the northeast. The front is clashing with new showers and storms formed with the seabreeze, and helping to intensify a few of the storms to stronger levels. A limited chance exists for isolated strong to severe storms, especially in the Suwannee River Valley and points south, through the late-evening hours. Elsewhere, noticeably drier air will slide in from the north, leading to clearer skies in northern sections. Overnight lows will range from the upper 60s north to mid 70s southeast. Tomorrow will feature generous sunshine mixed in with afternoon scattered clouds, but rain development will be quite suppressed. Coverage should not exceed 20% tomorrow afternoon. Highs will still reach the lower 90s with a slight drop in humidity values. Sunday will also remain generally dry and seasonably warm.
Posted at 3:47 PM, Sep 06, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-06 15:47:00-04
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