We started Friday socked in with clouds but they’ll break away as the day goes on; not completely but enough for a decent amount of sun this afternoon. Highs will be slightly ‘cooler’ than yesterday in the mid and upper 70s. To find any rain through the weekend you’ve got to go east of I-75 to Jacksonville. A weak ridge of high pressure will briefly build in Saturday and Sunday driving temperatures up near 80°; it’ll also keep rain chances our of the forecast. Overnight lows will stay comfortably cool in the low and middle 50s; what else is new? Starting next week our next rain maker will approach in the form of a weak cold front. Isolated to scattered showers will start Monday in our western counties and exit east of I-75 late Wednesday. There are still a few question marks to be answered in the long term forecast but wetter and cooler is signaled in the extended outlook. Once the rain is done we’ll get a taste of “normal” air with highs closer to the upper 60s and lows near 40° by Thursday.
Be safe and have a great weekend!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker