MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- The unseasonable warmth continues for the weekend as high pressure sits nearly right above our region. This will allow for clear skies and ample sunlight to reach the surface, resulting in a warmer than average pattern in the day, and slightly cooler mornings (though those too, will still be above average).
Expect lows Saturday night into Sunday morning to dip into the lower to mid 50s across North Florida and South Georgia with very little cloud cover. The humidity is expected to be relatively high which can support fog formation at night and in the early morning. Sunday afternoon highs are likely to range in the upper 70s across the area with even a few cities/towns getting in on 80 degrees or more. There is no rain expected as high pressure will limit that.
Monday onward will be very similar until Wednesday, when more clouds are expected ahead of a front. This will increase rain coverage and will likely make our morning temps warmer and our afternoon readings slightly cooler.