MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Not much difference from Saturday, as the sea breeze circulation and day-time heating helps to fire up some shower/ storm activity in portions of the Big Bend and South Georgia. Now while the majority of the rain activity has been west, that is expected to change. The entire region is forecast to have 50% coverage of shower/ storm activity as a weak disturbance aloft should help fire up storms along the sea breeze. Overnight Sunday/ Monday morning lows are forecast to be right around 70 degrees with daytime highs on Monday forecast to be near 90 degrees. The highs and lows through Wednesday aren't likely to change much, but mid to upper 90s are possible into the latter half of the work week. The sea-breeze will still be the main source of rain activity coupled with the heating acquired from sunlight for the next few days with 50% coverage extending into Wednesday.
Posted at 3:04 PM, May 17, 2015
and last updated 2015-05-17 15:04:00-04
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