The cold front previously over the Carolinas has had enough movement today to enter the Florida/Georgia state line area. It is helping to promote the development of spots of showers and rain, mostly limited in coverage and low in intensity. A passing shower is possible through the late-evening hours. Overnight, only a few clouds will be present with lows falling to near 70 degrees in most locations. The front will slide south as it weakens Wednesday; high pressure over the mid-Atlantic will produce northeast to east breezes, drawing in slightly drier air. Highs will be confined to the upper 80s and around 90 degrees with higher wind speeds at times and a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky. A few showers or a storm is possible with Atlantic moisture influence tomorrow, but rain opportunities will be scarce for the end of the work week with seasonable temperatures.
Posted at 3:28 PM, Sep 17, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-17 15:28:00-04
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