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Storm Team Thursday evening forecast (07/24/2014)

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Posted at 3:09 PM, Jul 24, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-24 15:09:00-04

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the Storm Team Weather Center ...

The number of thunderstorms today has been low, but they have been roaming around, dropping brief heavy rain in a few spots before moving northeast into some interior areas.  Most showers and thunderstorms will diminish as the night approaches, leaving scattered clouds, warmth and moisture in their wake.  Temps will fall into the low to mid 70s for lows.  A cold front in the Southeast will slide more to the south Friday, so rain chances and coverage will gradually increase in interior south Georgia tomorrow, with less coverage toward the southeastern Big Bend.  Highs will range from near 90° north to low 90s coast, and some mid 90s possible in the inland Suwannee valley.  The front will meander across coastal areas Saturday, focusing the highest rain potential in those zones.  A west wind Sunday will produce a further drop in rain chances but boost temperatures toward the mid and upper 90s before another strong cold front approaches later Monday.  The leftovers of Tropical Depression #2 are entering the eastern Caribbean but conditions do not favor redevelopment of the system.