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Wednesday evening First Alert forecast (12/06/2017)

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Posted at 3:00 PM, Dec 06, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-06 15:00:00-05

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the WTXL First Alert Weather Center ...

Ongoing clouds and occasional showers and drizzle will play a huge role in the weather pattern for the rest of this work week.  The Arctic cold front is slipping to the southeast slowly, and most areas are experiencing a decrease in temperatures.  Rain will be heaviest through early evening in the Suwannee Valley, with lighter showers from time to time elsewhere.  Temperatures will continue to fall through the 50s area-wide, ending up around the mid to upper 40s for lows.  With an active flow of air and moisture aloft, cloudiness will persist, and periods of showers are expected Thursday with steady, cold temperatures mainly around 50°.  An upper disturbance Friday renews high-end rain coverage and supports deep cold air for the region.  Clouds will break Saturday afternoon.

A very limited chance for brief, non-accumulating frozen precipitation exists for areas near the Flint River late Friday night and Saturday morning.