The number of scattered showers and rain has increased over most of the eastern half of the region as a broad upper low-pressure system moves onshore around the First Coast area of Florida. Spots of rain and brief passing downpours are possible through sunset across the I-75 corridor, with less coverage near the Apalachicola and Chattahoochee river valleys. Showers are moving southwest, with slight potential to produce lightning. Overnight, lows will fall to the lower 70s with mostly clear conditions and few cloudy patches. The upper low will spark more scattered shower and storm activity Thursday afternoon, but highs are still likely to reach the low and mid 90s in some areas. Weekend rain opportunities are still higher as a cold front approaches from the north.
Posted at 3:33 PM, Sep 11, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-11 15:33:00-04
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