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Storm Team Sunday evening forecast (03/29/2015)

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Posted at 5:33 PM, Mar 29, 2015
and last updated 2015-03-29 17:33:00-04

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Another night to contend with below average lows before another warm-up begins. And it starts due to high pressure moving to the east and south and steering winds from the southwest. That will allow the moisture content to grow once again and temperatures to rise, which will allow for warmer numbers in the afternoon and increased clouds throughout the day, as we tap into a more humid air mass. That alone helps raise rain coverage but a front to the northwest adds another dimension: the chance for some storms to be strong or even severe with some strong winds, heavy rains, and a low risk for some hail, so stay tuned to ABC 27 for any updates as the rain picks up tomorrow...

Morning lows across the region will be in the lower to mid 40s with mostly clear skies turning partly cloudy as we advance into midday. Rain coverage remains at 30-40% for  Monday afternoon, and highs are forecast to be near 80 degrees for inland zones across North Florida and mid 70s for coastal communities along the Big Bend coast. Upper 70s are also forecast highs for South Georgia. The rain coverage looks low throughout the week (around 20-30%) but highs will be around 80 degrees or slightly higher through Friday.