MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- If it sounds old, it is because the weather pattern will feature similar warmth yet again. But we will begin to see a transition to more clouds and in turn, more rainfall. The reason for this is that a cold front that has been stalled out west near the Mississippi River will finally push toward our region. Lows into Monday morning will likely range in the lower 50s because of mainly clear skies and calm winds due to high pressure over our region. Advancing into the afternoon, those clear skies will begin to see more clouds and we'll tap into more southerly winds, keeping the region unseasonably warm with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Rain coverage will still be near 0% as high pressure will still limit that. Tuesday, the cloud cover increases even further ahead of the front. Highs are still forecast to be near 80 degrees with lows rising.
Wednesday will see more rain coverage as the cold front moves through. Lows will likely rise near 60 degrees Wednesday through Thursday. Highs are expected to be in the lower to mid 70s and even cooler into Thursday.
By the weekend, upper 40s/ low 50s for lows are likely to pop back up with highs below 70 degrees.