MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- With the slow-moving cold front that was draped over the region finally to our south, high pressure has allowed winds to move in from the north, helping to cool off the region. Still, though, upper level energy just south of us has kept cloud cover around and will allow for some showers Sunday. After that, high pressure from the north will build in and REALLY help to cool mornings off.
Overnight lows into Sunday will likely range in the lower to mid 40s with mostly cloudy skies. Afternoon highs will range in the mid 50s to near 60 degrees with the coldest spots to the north and west. Rain coverage will be around 30% with the highest coverage along southeast counties, such as Taylor, Dixie, Lafayette counties.
Into Monday morning, clearing will allow for more cooling with lows dropping into the 30s and highs rebounding to the mid and upper 50s. So keep the sweaters ready because similar temps will occur through Wednesday with colder lows possible.
After that, steady warming ahead of our next front is forecast with rain coverage jumping up by the end of the week into next weekend.