MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- With high pressure setting up over the southeastern U.S. for most of this week, that means we will see the opportunity for the sunshine to bring our high temperatures to near 90 degrees. Starting off this Monday, an easterly wind influence will allow for more moisture and warmth. This wind is preventing morning lows from falling to average levels, with the Big Bend and South Georgia starting the day off with numbers in the low to mid and even upper 60s. Daytime highs are forecast to range in the mid to upper 80s. East winds will help promote moisture in the air and we can see clouds build, and a few isolated showers and storms are possible (rain coverage at 20%).
Through midweek, daytime highs are forecast to reach the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. Rain chances are forecast to stay minimal with near zero percent coverage until Friday when a cold front makes its approach.