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Storm Team Monday evening forecast (11/23/2015)

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Posted at 3:30 PM, Nov 23, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-23 10:34:31-05

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

The first widespread cold-air high-pressure area will be draped over the Deep South and Southeastern U.S. tonight, creating a frosty setup for many areas, especially north of the state line and outside urban centers.  Even the colder pockets of the interior Big Bend may experience at least patchy frost with overnight temperatures falling to the mid to upper 30s.  Local freeze chances are limited, with only a few instances of spots briefly touching the 32° around sunrise.  A Frost Advisory will be in effect early Tuesday morning, ending by mid-morning.  The temp recovery starts tomorrow afternoon with forecast highs in the mid 60s.  The sun may mix with scattered, high cloudiness, with a few more clouds possible from Atlantic moisture east of Interstate 75.  The weather features this Thanksgiving week are generally low-impact, with readings going slightly above-average, the sky becoming partly cloudy in most cases, and rain chances quite low throughout the period.