MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- The short-lived Spring-like pattern of highs in the mid to upper 70s will end on Sunday night into Monday morning as another cold front digs through the region, although it will be slow to do so. Not a lot of energy is associated with the disturbance carrying this front through the region so any rain activity will remain spotty and isolated, though a stray thunderstorm is a remote possibility. The flow of winds from the south will keep the cloud cover abundant in most areas and that will once again significantly hamper the cooling trend for Sunday night into Monday morning with lows staying in the mid 50s for most of the region. Highs for Monday will be in the mid 60s as the winds begin to shift to the north as the front passes us. Not only the winds, but when you factor in the abundant cloud cover, the warming pattern wont be as drastic. Our next big rain chance occurs on Wednesday with a developing low pressure system that will likely move very close to the forecast area, Coverage will be around 70% with an overall overcast day.
Posted at 3:46 PM, Feb 22, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-22 15:46:00-05
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