A fading stationary front is creating a few passing light showers across the northern Florida counties, and an overall easterly wind has been pushing these small showers to the west. Only a few spots of rain are likely through the middle of the evening as the front continues to weaken. Winds will eventually shift a bit, becoming northeasterly and drawing in considerably drier air from the Carolinas. This dry air surge will mainly impact low temperatures tonight as they fall into the middle 60s interior to around 70 at the coast. Sunshine will blend in with a few clouds from time to time tomorrow; the northeast flow will modify the air and cap high temps in the mid and upper 80s with less mugginess around. Friday will also be dry and seasonable, but a plume of tropical moisture will lift north from the southern Gulf and set the region into a rainy regime by late Saturday with heavy rain possible on Sunday.
Posted at 3:22 PM, Sep 18, 2013
and last updated 2013-09-18 15:22:00-04
Copyright 2021 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.