The cold front will continue to slow as it moves south through Florida into Sunday morning.

  • Thunderstorm chances drop overnight
  • Lows will stay in the 60s
  • Rain returns Sunday 

Scattered showers will slowly work southward overnight.  The chance for thunderstorms will drop overnight. Lows will stay in the 60s.

The front will lose its support aloft as the energy shifts east into the Atlantic.  The front will stall in South Florida.

The moisture will linger across the state for the next couple days, keeping rain chances around.

On Sunday, the chance of showers will continue. The highest chances will be from Tampa Bay to Polk county and south.  Skies will be mostly cloudy. Highs will stay in the 70s.  Winds will be lighter than today.

On Monday, the surface front moves back northward as a warm front. 

Scattered showers will move back in. 

Southerly low level flow will increasing temps and humidity. The high will top out near 80.

Moisture builds ahead of the next front starting Monday night.

On Tuesday, an unsettled pattern continues.  Scattered showers and storms will be possible.

Winds will be southerly, and skies cloudy. A cold front will move through Tuesday night.

The chance of showers continues into Wednesday before the front pushes more cleanly through the area.  Highs will be in the 70s.

On Thursday, dry weather returns as high pressure builds into the Atlantic from the Carolina coast and winds become easterly.

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