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Storm Team Wednesday evening forecast (03/05/2014)

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Posted at 2:15 PM, Mar 05, 2014
and last updated 2014-03-05 14:15:00-05

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the Storm Team Weather Center ...

Though we’ve had some partial clearing in some interior counties, the reduced cloudiness won’t last long.  We are still dealing with an active upper-level pattern that’s prompting disturbances in the Deep South and the Gulf to produce more clouds and waves of showers and rain.  Late-afternoon and evening showers will remain light and confined mostly to the eastern Big Bend and the SuwanneeRiver valley.  Elsewhere, temperatures will hover around 50° with some readings staying in the upper 40s.  The next low-pressure system will fling another shield of rain and an isolated storm into the region overnight and through the Thursday morning time frame.  Overnight temps will remain steady, with a slight rise further into the 50s tomorrow afternoon as rain diminishes.  Rain totals may exceed 2” in some cases.  Showers depart by Friday midday, leading to increasing sunshine and warmer temperatures over the weekend.