The trend should continue tomorrow as the high pressure system to our northeast continues to move out to sea and funnel in tropical moisture. However, there will be another ingredient (from NWS-JAX):
VERY MUCH A TRANSITION DAY ON WEDNESDAY WITH CENTRAL PLAINS TROUGH AMPLIFYING AND EXTENDING ALL THE WAY INTO THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO. MODELS HAVE BEEN CONSISTENT IN DEPICTING A SMALL BUT POTENT SHORTWAVE IN THE BASE OF THE TROUGH APPROACHING OUR AREA LATE WED AFTERNOON.This should lead to higher chances of rain Wednesday. Also, NWS-JAX hinted at a possibility of strong to severe storms due to cooler temps at the 500 mb level. So far, the SPC has not caught on to this thought.
For tonight, partly cloudy skies with a morning low of 70. Wednesday, partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers and storms in the afternoon. Expect a high near 88.
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