MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- High pressure north of the region is still in control and will continue to draw in winds from the Atlantic. This coupled with upper level high pressure will keep the overall pattern quiet, humid, and warmer than the seasonal average.
Lows into Friday will be warm and it will feel a bit humid. Values will range in the lower to mid 60s across the board with cooler temps deeper in South Georgia. Daytime highs will range in the mid to upper 80s across North Florida and South Georgia. If you're along the Big Bend coast, it may be a tad-bit cooler, in the lower 80s. Rain coverage is very minimal, less than 20% with the highest coverage along I-75. The type of rain will be very small, very light showers that wont push far west of the interstate.
The weekend will feature more warmth and sparse rain coverage. By Monday, a frontal system out west will increase the overall cloudiness which can help drop temps to near seasonal levels (closer to 80 degrees). On Wednesday, the front should arrive on our doorstep, increasing the likelihood that we'll all see more rain.