MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Cloudy skies dominated the region for Sunday with peaks of sunshine to help warm up the surface. Depending on the amount of heating we see for the remainder of the day, that will play a crucial role in the strength of the showers/storms we see roll in North Florida and South Georgia as we advance through the night. The coverage for rain tonight into tomorrow remains at 60-70% with higher coverage likely for South Georgia counties. Highs Monday will be limited due to the extensive cloudiness across the region reaching the mid 70s (which is normal for this time of year). Lows tonight into Monday morning will be in the lower 60s but Monday night/Tuesday morning lows will be in the lower 60s as winds shift from the north. That will temporarily limit highs from reaching the 80 degree mark but they will quickly recover by Wednesday as south winds are re-established. A stronger front is forecast to push through from the northwest late next week which will likely drop low temps to the upper 40s and possibly lower 40s. The cold air mass that will set in will limit highs from reaching 70 degrees.
Posted at 4:34 PM, Mar 22, 2015
and last updated 2015-03-22 16:34:00-04
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