MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Cooler than average conditions will continue into Sunday and the beginning of the new work week as high pressure from the north really helps to drop daytime highs and nighttime lows. This high pressure system will slowly move east over the next 2-3 days so the pattern will stay cool with a gradual warm up after Tuesday.
Temperatures for Sunday will likely start off with lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s with highs in the mid 70s. Rain coverage will be at zero because of the dry air from high pressure. Into Monday, even more cool air filters in with more 40s likely for morning lows and highs once again in the mid 70s.
Tuesday onward, highs will gradually warm up to back near 80 and lows will start to rise back toward 60 degrees. The rain coverage will remain at zero until around Wednesday. This is because the high pressure system will push into the Atlantic, guiding in warmer, more humid winds into the region.