MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- A cloudy start to this Monday morning should transition to a mainly clear set up as high pressure retains control over the southeastern U.S. Due to the clouds caused by nearby low pressure, temperatures are struggling to fall below 50 degrees in the North Florida and South Georgia. This afternoon, the sunny skies and general wind from the north will allow temperatures to warm up to normal levels for this time of year (Low to mid 70s).
Heading into Tuesday and Wednesday, expect normal temperatures in the mornings (upper 40s to lower 50s) and afternoon temperatures climbing to the mid and upper 70s. The sun is expected to dominate the region during this period. The heat continues into Thursday and Friday, with highs possible eclipsing 80 degrees.
Heading into the weekend, a cold front is expected to pass through, but just like with the last several fronts, this one is not expected to bring much rain. Highs during the weekend will range in the lower to upper 70s with lows in the 50s. Into Monday, cooler air is likely.