The effects of a broad high-pressure system over the central Plains is actually helping to keep showers and storms this afternoon and evening suppressed. The onshore seabreeze is still capable of producing spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms, primarily in the Big Bend region of Florida, through the mid-evening time frame. More breaks of clear sky are expected overnight with lows in the lower 70s. Patchy fog may develop by sunrise Thursday. A nearby stationary cold front will not force many more showers and storms tomorrow compared to today. Highs will reach the low and mid 90s with 30% rain coverage during the day. A second, slightly stronger, front will enter the Southeast over the weekend and may be able to provide the region with drier air and limited rain chances by Sunday.
Posted at 3:28 PM, Sep 04, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-04 15:28:00-04
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