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Storm Team Tuesday evening forecast (08/26/2014)

Posted at 3:09 PM, Aug 26, 2014
and last updated 2014-08-26 15:09:00-04

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

Isolated showers are possible in the eastern Big Bend from the Atlantic moisture flow on an east wind, but it’s unlikely showers will grow or become widespread.  Puffy cloud cover will thin out with the loss of the sun’s heating, and we’ll transition into a clearer trend for the late-night through early-morning time frame.  A light breeze will be present as long fall to the upper 60s inland to mid 70s coast.  Dry air remains abundant across the Southeast, and northeast winds will drag more of it upon the region.  Only an isolated shower is forecast for counties in North Florida east of I-75; mostly sunny to partly cloudy elsewhere Wednesday, with highs between 90° and 95°.  As the Labor Day weekend approaches, winds will shift from the southeast, returning the moist flow to the area and upping the rain and thunderstorm potential and increasing the possible coverage of rain throughout the holiday break.  Hurricane Cristobal will stay well offshore; no other tropical hazards will have a direct impact on us this week.