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Sunday evening Storm Team forecast (01/12/2014)

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Posted at 3:12 PM, Jan 12, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-12 10:23:39-05

What a difference in the weather today! Yesterday's storms were from a squall line that was ahead of a cold front that brought us gorgeous weather conditions for today. 

We woke up to temperatures on the chilly side in the upper 40s with clear skies. Bright sunshine was shining down on us all day long, with not a cloud in the sky. Tonight clouds will be on the increase ahead of showers Monday night. 

The first half of the night will be mostly clear before clouds begin to head our way around 5:00 a.m Monday morning. Temperatures will fall to near 40 degrees in north Florida and the upper 30s in south Georgia.

Monday will be a mix of sun and clouds and even eventually turn to mostly cloudy by dinner time. Showers are expected into the overnight hours with isolated thunderstorms south of I-10 and off shore. 

Tuesday the clouds will move out of here by early afternoon with a clearing and drying trend behind the showers. Sunshine will follow on Wednesday with high temperatures warming up into the mid 50s. 

After Wednesday, plenty of dry air and sunshine will continue into the weekend.