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Storm Team Wednesday evening forecast (12/16/2015)

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Posted at 4:00 PM, Dec 16, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-16 16:00:00-05

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

Cloudiness will dominate through the next 24 hours, with a general lull in the shower and rain activity late tonight as a warm front continues its move to the north.  Excess moisture will help keep temperatures from falling too low, leveling off in the upper 60s overnight, which is about as warm as the average high for this time of year.  Limited sunshine and a mostly cloudy will be the rule Thursday before a cold front enters from the west.  The front will produce periods of rain, which may he heavy at times, with embedded thunderstorms.  There will be just enough instability elements in place to mention a low chance for an isolated stronger storm with gusty winds or even a brief tornado.  Once the front exits by Friday morning, the sky will clear, winds will increase, and temps will be much lower leading into the weekend.  Lows in the 30s will be common Saturday and Sunday mornings, with higher chances for frost early Sunday and a light freeze in the interior.