MIDWAY, FL (WTXL) -- The seasonal feeling temperatures are coming to an end as we're nearing our next work week. Partly cloudy skies and rain chances are also making their return as a stationary front (currently draped across Florida) tries to push back into our area.
Tonight, we'll keep the clear skies and calm northwesterly winds on hand. Lows will stay below average, falling to 60 degrees for much of the area. All in all, tonight will feel similar to last night.
Sunday is when we'll begin to see a little change as a stationary front begins to slowly push itself closer to our area. This stationary front brings in a bit more moisture than we've been feeling these last few days. This extra moisture will allow for partly cloudy skies with isolated showers and thunderstorms in the eastern half of the Big Bend mainly in the afternoon and early evening. Daytime highs throughout the region top off in the upper 80s to lower 90s.
The stationary front will continue trying to push over our area Monday and Tuesday as well. Partly cloudy skies and scattered afternoon thunderstorms are possible.
--Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Meyers