Updated On: Feb 12 2013 04:30:36 PM EST
12:47PM- A dry airmass remains over SFL and rain chances sit at only 10% today. A cold front is slicing through the warmer air in Northern Florida but won't make it to SFL. However, another cold front developing near the S. Plains will move through SFL toward the end of the week and cool us down. Expect temps by Sunday to only warm to about 73°
Meteorologist Scott Padgett
3:00AM - An area of high pressure will continue to dominate our weather pattern through mid-week. That will keep pleasant conditions around at least through tonight and part of Wednesday. Moisture will be on the increase on Wednesday ahead of a cold front that is expected to stall over south Florida late in the week and push our rain chances up to 40% Thursday and Friday. Today expect partly cloudy skies and temps starting in the upper 60s and climbing into the low 80s with just a 10% chance of an isolated shower.