I am back from a four-day hiatus and ready to create Wednesday's forecast.
Satellite imagery and models indicate a upper-level trough over the northeast Gulf of Mexico according to the latest NWS-JAX forecast discussion. This could generate some showers tonight. Due to low temps and CAPES, chances of thunderstorms is very low. With the abundant moisture, fog is a possibility but that's dependent on cloud cover over any given area.
Wednesday, things look like the same as today with the west coast sea breeze being the dominant force. Storms, if any, should move into the Gainesville area in the early afternoon and move northeast.
For tonight, some clearing with fog possible. The AM low should be near 67. For Wednesday, partly cloudy with a good chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Heavy rain is possible with some of these cells. Expect a high of 86.
Thursday looks to be the same forecast at this point, but check back tomorrow night for details.