MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- The record heat will continue for Sunday as very humid and warm air from the south moves into the region. This unseasonable pattern will be slow to change as another moisture rich area of disturbed weather enters from the west. A cold front will approach and stall out over the week giving us persistent rain chances each day starting from Monday through the end of the week.
Sunday's highs will vary depending on where you are. If you live west of the Ochlockonee River, more clouds may keep highs from reaching 80 degrees, though mid to upper 70s are still anticipated. Eastern zones inland may see highs reach the lower 80s again! Rain coverage is minimal at 20% with only isolated showers being the main threat.
Tuesday onward feature slightly cooler temps but rain probable each day until the New Year. Then, a more seasonal cool down will likely occur.