MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- A slow rebound in temperatures is expected to take shape, but the record-breaking heat that we've been dealing with last week is not expected to return this week. We're starting off this Monday morning with temperatures in the lower 60s as cloud cover dominates the AM hours. With the cloud cover rolling in, temperatures will slowly rise today, with afternoon highs near 80 degrees (average for this time of year). No rain is expected.
For Election Day, much of the same is expected with more cloud cover rolling in as a disturbance associated with a cold front out west moves closer. Morning lows will be near 60 degrees and highs are forecast to stay near 80 degrees.
Wednesday, the forecast shows the potential for some wet weather as the aforementioned cold front swings through. Isolated showers are possible, but widespread rain chances do not look likely, yet. Rain coverage will be around 30% with highs limited due to overcast skies (temperatures near 70 degrees).
Cooler air works its way back in for Thursday and beyond with lows near 50 degrees, with highs in the mid 70s.