Scattered cloudiness is present across the region, with additional clouds and showers being produced by daytime heating and the east coast seabreeze. We may have a greater coverage of showers and a few storms through 9:00 p.m. in our eastern counties, generally east of Interstate 75 in north Florida, with limited chances for anything strong. We'll wind down the activity by midnight, with a few leftover clouds and lows falling into the mid to upper 60s. Ample warming will trigger a warm-up back into the lower 90s away from the coast Wednesday ... however, an approaching broad disturbance from the northwest may help to create more rain and thunderstorm activity by Wednesday afternoon. A drier trend is in the extended forecast, which may help to eliminate shower chances for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
Posted at 3:44 PM, May 21, 2013
and last updated 2013-05-21 15:44:00-04
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