MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- High pressure building over the western Atlantic will continue to guide winds from the southeast and keep us very warm for the remainder of the weekend. After that, it will weaken and push east, allowing a weak cold front to push through, increasing a chance of rain for the area.
Sunday morning lows will range in the 50s with the warmest lows near the Gulf coast. Sunday afternoon will be VERY warm again with highs reaching near or above 80 degrees. Rain chances wont increase until Monday as a front from the west drifts through the region. It'll increase cloud cover and overnight/morning lows will likely be limited from falling below 60 degrees. Highs Monday will range in the 70s.
The front Monday will push out into Tuesday but another front will move in by midweek, likely keeping rain coverage opportunities possible through the work week. After the second front passes, more cool air looks possible.