Areas of showers, rain, and a few thunderstorms are moving east across the Big Bend and Suwannee River regions, associated with a swift-moving low-pressure disturbance. The coverage and strength of any areas of rain and storms will reduce over the next few hours, leaving scattered cloudiness for portions of the upcoming overnight hours. Winds will become westerly and eventually northwesterly by sunrise; temperatures will fall into the lower and middle 50s, but remain above average. Broken cloudiness will yield to gradual clearing tomorrow, especially after a weak cold front swings through the area. Rain opportunities are minimal, with less than 20% coverage, and highs reaching around 70° to the lower 70s. We’ll get a sunnier, mild day just in time for the start of the weekend. Warmer temps are forecast for early next week before another cold front re-introduces rain chances to the region.
Posted at 3:29 PM, Feb 07, 2013
and last updated 2013-02-07 15:29:00-05
Copyright 2021 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.