PM weather update: A few showers, followed by chilly weather

PM weather update: A few showers, followed by chilly weather

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Afternoon update-

The clouds will stick around for much the evening hours, with a few widely scattered showers drifting in from the Gulf of Mexico.

As this cold front progresses to the south, it's still possible to see a few lingering showers across the area through the 10 p.m. hour.

Once this cold front passes to our south, that will open the gates for another chilly and dry airmass to make its way down the state.

Overnight, our skies will clear and temperatures will be sharply colder, as they plummet into the middle to upper 40s with wind chill values in the upper 30s in some of our northern communities.

Even with abundant sunshine Wednesday, afternoon highs will remain quite chilly in the upper 50s to lower 60s.


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Temperatures will continue to warm through Tuesday before the next cold front moves across Southwest Florida, bringing another dose of chilly weather by midweek.

We'll be tracking our next cold front today as it makes its way down the Florida peninsula. This front will more than likely bring in more clouds throughout the day, while afternoon highs manage to climb into the lower to middle 70s.

This particular weather system will not be much of a rainmaker. In fact, rain prospects will remain close to 20 to 30 percent with nothing more than a few isolated showers. Once this cold front passes to our south, the gate will be open for another chilly air mass to make its way down the state.

By midweek, expect a few chilly mornings down in the 40s with afternoon highs in the middle to upper 60s. Thursday morning looks to be the coldest of the next seven days, with the potential for a frost or freeze across our inland and northern counties. A gradual warming trend will continue through the upcoming weekend as temperatures rebound closer to normal with mostly dry weather.

Heavy snow, frigid temperatures take aim at eastern U.S.

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