A frontal boundary is draped across central Florida which will produce scattered cloud cover through the first half of the day.
An area of low pressure will develop along that front later this afternoon and begin to track to the north.
As this front lifts north this evening, it will produce a good chance for showers and storms overnight into early tomorrow morning.
As the low moves up the east coast high pressure will build in from the west and usher in cooler air for the rest of the week and the weekend.
High temperatures today will be in the middle 80s. Temps will then cool into the low 70s for Thursday afternoon.
Low temperatures Friday morning will drop to around 50 degrees.
Have a great Wednesday!
- Meteorologist Grant Gilmore
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