A stationary front passed through the region yesterday evening. Dry air followed the front and is currently over the North Florida and South Georgia. The drier air will limit storm formation and decrease cloud cover. Less rain and cloud cover will enable coastal and inland areas to reach the mid 90s this afternoon, with only a 30% chance of showers or storms. Coastal locations and eastern counties have a higher chance of seeing some scattered rainfall. This includes but is not limited to Taylor, Lafayette, and Madison counties. After sunset, most rain activity should dissipate. Tomorrow will be another dry day, similar today. By the latter part of the weekend, rain chances increase to 40% and 50%. The increased cloud cover will keep daytime temperatures in the lower 90s for the next week.
Posted at 10:58 AM, Jul 26, 2013
and last updated 2013-07-26 10:58:00-04
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