MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- More rain is on the way this afternoon as another cold front drives in from the northwest. Daytime highs today will rise to near 80 degrees with warm winds from the south and plenty of clouds rolling in. In terms of timing, the heaviest of the rain, as well as the strong thunderstorms, will be along the Apalachicola/Flint Rivers right around sunset. Severe weather is possible tonight, with a marginal risk of severe storms (isolated, NOT widespread). The largest threats will be heavy rain, strong gusty winds, with an isolated tornado possible. Heading into nightfall, a line of storms is forecast to move east, weakening as it approaches the Suwannee River Valley. Lows tomorrow morning, will likely hover around 60 degrees.
Thursday through Saturday will feature highs near 70 degrees with lows in the lower 40s.
Heading into Sunday and beyond, steady warming will accompany more moisture and another storm system, which will give us more rain chances.