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Storm Team Sunday evening forecast (04/07/2013)

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Posted at 5:02 PM, Apr 07, 2013
and last updated 2013-04-07 17:02:00-04

Another gorgeous Spring day! Winds off the Gulf of Mexico causing for temperatures and humidity to be on the rise.  Because of that, conditions stay mild overnight once again only dropping into the mid 50s for lows.  Highs to start off your work week remain warm, and we return to the low 80s in the afternoon.  The possibility of a rogue shower can't be ruled out, but it will be short-lived and very sporadic.  Tuesday, we eliminate any rain threat and keep the mix of sun and clouds.  Morning lows will be in the upper 50s and afternoon highs will be in the mid 80s.  Wednesday looks to be our last mostly dry day.  Conditions remain warm, if not hot, in the mid and upper 80s but this all changes by Thursday as a frontal system digs through the deep south.  This will bring scattered rainfall and ample cloudiness will knock our highs back to near 80 degrees.  Showers and embedded thunderstorms will linger overnight Causing for more rains to end your work week on Friday.  Temperatures will still get to the upper 70s though.  Your weekend looks pleasant as the rain clears out, we transition to mostly sunny skies and rebound to near 80 on Saturday and the low 80s on Sunday.  Have a great week!

-Forecaster Max Tsaparis