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Storm Team Wednesday evening forecast (09/03/2014)

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Posted at 3:02 PM, Sep 03, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-03 15:02:00-04

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

A small-scale low-pressure system near the tri-state created the extra cloud cover, which somewhat disrupted the daily shower and storm development by slowing the warming process this afternoon.  Eastern sections haven’t been as heavily impacted, so scattered showers and thunder have developed and will still be present through the mid-evening hours.  Most showers and storms will diminish by midnight, leaving leftover cloudiness and a few breaks of clearing.  Lows will remain slightly above average in the low to mid 70s.  Thursday, additional sunshine is forecast as the disturbance departs and a slight slot of drier air attempts to decrease potential rain coverage by the afternoon.  Highs will approach the mid 90s.  A source of tropical moisture is still poised to move in from the Bahamas and help enhance rain action for the end of the week, with scattered but numerous showers and thunderstorms likely.  Despite being in the midst of the most-active part of the hurricane season historically, there are no major points of interest to monitor for near-term development.