A cold front draped across the Big Bend this morning is triggering a few light, scattered showers, especially along the north Florida coast. Rain will dissipate by late morning before a developing low pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico increases shower chances once again by 3pm this afternoon to around 40%. The showers will continue overnight tonight before moving out of the area early tomorrow morning. Tomorrow will bring clearing skies and breezy conditions, with winds out of the northwest at 15-20 mph. A building high pressure system will move in Tuesday night/Wednesday and usher in some chilly northern air, making for low temperatures in the 30s across the area. Temperatures will rebound to near average, in the mid 70s, later in the week.
Another system will move in Thursday evening, creating a 40% chance of rain Thursday night and a 50% chance on Friday. A few showers will linger on Saturday morning before clearing in the afternoon. High temperatures on Saturday will be in the low 80s, and Sunday will feature partly cloudy skies and highs in the high 70s. Weekend lows will hover in the mid to high 50s.