MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- As the sun begins to set, the rain threat only will continue to diminish. The main line of showers and storms that prompted severe coverage earlier Sunday has pushed to the east. Clearing should continue to occur as the night progresses with minimal coverage of rain 20-30% across North Florida & South Georgia. Lows tonight will in the upper 60s with some fog possible if the winds die down to allow for moisture at the surface to settle. Highs for Monday are forecast to rebound back into the mid 80s with more sunshine expected and more storms to fire up, though the coverage will be less than Sunday (around 40%). It will be a breezy day on Monday with winds sustained from 10-20 mph coming out of the southwest. Drying and clearing will be likely for midweek with highs rebounding to the mid and upper 80s and lows around 60 degrees. Rain will likely return back into the picture by late week.
Posted at 6:17 PM, Apr 19, 2015
and last updated 2015-04-19 18:17:00-04
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