Once again, the mixture of daytime heating, the onshore seabreeze, and a weakening stationary front over the north Florida region are contributing to scattered, but numerous, showers and storms forming into the late-afternoon and early-evening hours. There tends to be more of a focus near the coast and along the I-75 corridor for spotty downpours and occasional thunder and lightning through midnight. As the front further diminishes, we'll lose its effect, but ample moisture flowing in from the east and southeast will keep higher-than-usual rain chances in the picture through the weekend. Lows tonight will dip to near 70 degrees in most areas, with Saturday's and Sunday's highs reaching the lower 90s.
Posted at 3:25 PM, Jun 21, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-21 15:25:00-04
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