MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Hot conditions will likely persist into the beginning of the new work week as we see high pressure over the southeast move slowly over the next couple of days. As surface high pressure pushes away into the work week, rainfall coverage will increase to around 30% but even then, the air mass we are under wont allow for a drastic increase in rainfall potential. Overnight lows Sunday into Monday morning are forecast to be right around seasonal with temps around 70 degrees inland (mid to upper 70s along the Gulf coast.) Monday daytime highs are forecast to jump back into the mid to upper 90s again with lower 90s along the coast. There will be abundant sunshine expected, thanks to the high pressure center helping to limit cloud cover and allow for more sunlight to warm the surface. Rain coverage will be minimal (< 20%) as the high's effects should be maximized, being so close to the region. Tuesday highs should repeat what we see on Monday with 20% rain coverage and the humidity should keep us feeling slightly hotter. This isn't hot enough to warrant heat advisories, but nonetheless, should be taken with care if you are sun-sensitive.
Posted at 5:17 PM, Jun 14, 2015
and last updated 2015-06-14 17:17:00-04
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