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Weak Front Moves through State Midweek

After dumping several inches of rain on areas of Florida’s panhandle Monday, a disturbance associated with remnants of Hurricane Patricia with move across the rest of Florida’s peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday.

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The system is expected to weaken on its approach, but it will still produce a few showers and gusty winds across the state as it moves west to east late Tuesday night. Impacts will be greatest along and north of the I-4 corridor. West coast skies will clear starting Wednesday morning, with east coast showers gone by the evening commute.

Temperatures statewide will be warm Monday and Tuesday, running 3-5 degrees above normal thanks to continued humid Atlantic flow. After the front passes Wednesday, expect to wake up Thursday to a cooler, dry morning with lows in the upper 50s north of I-4 and 60s elsewhere.

 

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