Well, I guess it was safe to say that my forecast was blown today. It seems like the Gainesville area ended up being in a dry zone where the rain fell far to the south and back north and west. It seems like just about anything goes around Gainesville anymore. I digress.
The trough that has been to the north and west for the last few days will begin to lift north as the Bermuda high takes hold of the area. This will continue the southwest flow. The east and west coast seabreezes will be the lifting mechanisms for tomorrow's storms, which NWS-JAX places the Gainesville area at 50 percent. This seems to be more of a logical percentage compared to the 70 percent chance given for today, but GNV never received a drop.
Tonight, skies should be mostly clear with a morning low near 71. For Tuesday, partly cloudy skies with a 50-50 chance of rain. Expect a high near 90.