MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- More cloud cover will stick around Sunday night into much of Monday with rain coverage still relatively high. Low pressure and an associated cold front will lift to the northeast Monday into Tuesday. As the low pushes away, winds will first be guided from the south, helping to reinforce the moisture, but after it passes, high pressure will drive in drier, cooler winds from the north.
Lows will be chilly across the region for Monday morning, ranging in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Afternoon highs to begin the work week are forecast to range in the mid to upper 70s. Rain coverage Monday is around 60% and will likely diminish as the sun sets and the low moves away.
Cloud cover will dominate through Tuesday morning and then the drier air will help to clear skies and cool lows into the lower to mid 50s. With all the clear skies in play, daytime highs are forecast to jump to the upper 70s and lowers 80s, but the daytime heat wont be as extreme as last week. A late week cold front may help us see 40s for the the first time in a while.