There's a sharp contrast between a sunny sky in western communities, and widespread cloudiness across the eastern side. The disturbance late last week is lingering off the east coast of Florida, with low pressure developing along it, flinging extra moisture acorss the southeast Big Bend and most of the Florida peninsula. Tonight, a few more clouds may spread westward, creating broken cloud cover. Rain chances are minimal and limited to the extreme southeastern sections of the Big Bend. Lows will fall into the mid 50s west to around 60 degrees east. More breaks of sun are expected Monday, with ongoing partial cloudiness east, as highs rise back into the seasonable 70s. Dryness will take over for Tuesday and Wednesday with an afternoon warming trend.
Posted at 4:35 PM, Apr 21, 2013
and last updated 2013-04-21 16:35:00-04
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