Upper-level energy will be swinging through Florida Sunday night into Monday. This will end the rain from Northwest to southeast by late tonight. Temperatures will drop into the low 40s north to upper 40s around Tampa Bay by morning.
Sunshine returns for Monday moving the temperatures into the low to mid 60s.
Surface high pressure shifts over the eastern part of the country for Monday night through Tuesday. Cloudy conditions will persist through Monday morning with clearing expected through the afternoon hours.
Tuesday will bring sunshine with no rain chances with high pressure building in. Northeast winds will be quite gusty Tuesday.
Temperatures will remain a bit below normal for the first two days of next week, and then climb back to normal by Wednesday.
On Friday a low pressure system moving across the northern gulf will bring another front across the state. Showers will move through with the front on Friday. The air mass behind this front will not be very cool though. Highs in the 70s will continue from Friday through next weekend.
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