MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- The rain threat will diminish as we progress toward noon, as a cold front pushes east of the Big Bend and South Georgia. This front will not bring an immediate cooler feel behind it. Afternoon highs on Tuesday are expected to rebound to the mid to upper 70s with partly cloudy skies. For Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, low temperatures will range in the 50s.
Wednesday features the approach of a dry, but reinforcing cold front which will truly help temperatures drop. Ample cloud cover on Wednesday will prevent it from being as warm as Tuesday, with temps near 70 degrees.
Cool and dry winds behind the front are expected to drop morning lows to the lower 40s Thursday and Friday. Afternoon highs will be around 60 degrees during this period.
Saturday, a developing storm system will quickly pass our region, bringing scattered showers (40% coverage). The cool air behind this front will be more intense with highs in the 50s and lows in the lower 30s for Saturday through Monday.