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Storm Team Sunday evening forecast (09/06/2015)

Posted at 5:46 PM, Sep 06, 2015
and last updated 2015-09-06 17:46:00-04

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- More scattered storminess is expected on Labor Day as an upper level disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico slowly begins to drift into the Big Bend. High pressure to the north will still guide surface winds from the northeast, and that will likely be the main trajectory for storm movement during the holiday. Though if you're in the Suwannee River Valley, the main movement will be out from the southeast.

Overnight lows Sunday night into Monday afternoon are expected to fall into the lower 70s across the region with upper 60s further north. Labor Day highs are expected to be around 90 degrees with a few spots possibly not seeing the 90s reached at all. It will likely be another mostly cloudy day with rain coverage at around 40% for the afternoon. A few storms can be strong, but the entire day is NOT expected to be a wash-out.

After Labor Day, the pattern stays somewhat similar, but winds will soon return from the south, allowing for higher rain coverage by late week. High temps may rebound slightly above 90 degrees. To add to the rain coverage, a cold front from the northwest will threaten by then.