Charles E. Roop giving his own forecasts, weather discussions, photos and adventures for the Starkville, MS area, Florida, and beyond.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Forecast for Monday 05.18.2009

Currently, showers and storms are to our east over the coastal counties and to our north from Sanderson (Baker Co.) southwest to Bell (Gilchrist Co.). There is a chance that Gainesville could get a shower or two before before the night is over. The front is currently north of us in southern Georgia and the western Florida panhandle.

The rainy weather we have seen this afternoon should be a repeat for most of tomorrow. NWS-JAX and the HPC is expecting the front to slowly pass the area later tonight into Monday bringing higher chances of rain. The atmosphere remains very moist and unstable.

For tonight, mostly cloudy skies should persist with a shower or two possible. The morning low should be near 63. For Monday, expect mostly cloudy skies with showers and storms likely. I'm calling for a high of 71. From viewing the short range forecasts, the front may not pass the area until around 2 p.m. ET, but the rain may stick around for most of the day.

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