MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- A weak cold front will continue to weaken as it passes through the region later into Monday. This may cause a slight increase in cloud cover, but the energy with this system does not look sufficient enough to provide rain for Monday. Overnight lows into Monday morning will likely be in the upper 40s in South Georgia and lower 50s in North Florida, with the warmest spots near the Big Bend coast. High pressure will quickly build in after the front passes, giving us mainly clear skies again and allowing the region to warm to 70 degrees or above all across the region. Monday night into Tuesday morning may see some cooler lows (more upper 40s for North Florida), but afternoon highs will likely climb again to above 70 degrees. This trend continues into Friday and then, a stronger cold front is forecast toi approach from the west. It's approach may increase rain coverage, and temperatures in the afternoon to near 80 degrees. After the front passes, significantly colder temperatures are possible.
Posted at 5:00 PM, Dec 06, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-06 17:00:00-05
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