MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Our Saturday is a sunny one. High pressure in control to our west will allow winds to continue to blow from the north. That dry wind will allow our temperatures to plummet during the evening and jump up above average for our Sunday. Highs look to be in the mi to upper 80s for inland areas after another cool start for the region with lows in the upper 40s (inland) to lower 50s (coastal). This pattern will slightly shift to a more warm pattern into our next work week as high pressure pushes east into the Atlantic. Our winds will change with that and they'll blow from the southeast, warming us up and allowing some clouds to build with the increase of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. Highs through next Thursday will be in the mid 80s with lows increasing to the upper 50s with some possible lower 60s as well. A frontal system increases the chance of rain near Halloween, but only slightly as the moisture content for our area, stays low (near 20% coverage from Wed-Fri).
Posted at 5:07 PM, Oct 25, 2014
and last updated 2014-10-25 17:07:00-04
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