MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- High pressure over the southeastern U.S. continues to slowly weaken, allowing more moisture to build in the area, with mostly cloudy skies expected to dominate yet again. With the added cloud cover, daytime highs will be limited from rising to the upper 80s, though mid 80s are still likely with the above average warmth that the air mass overhead holds. Rain coverage is expected to be minimal, at less than 20%. Lows tonight are forecast to stay warm, with numbers ranging in the lower to upper 60s (The closer you are to the Big Bend coast, the warmer the morning will be).
Friday is virtually a repeat of Saturday, with forecast highs in the lower 80s and <20% rain coverage. Aound sunset, you'll feel the chill as a cold front pushes south of the region. Expect lows around 50 degrees into Saturday morning.
From Saturday through the middle of next week, we'll experience temperatures closer to seasonal levels with lows in the mid to upper 40s / lower 50s, and highs around 80 degrees.