It was, once again, an on and off rainy day in Gainesville with the first batch of rain coming mid-morning and the second batch in the afternoon. Since then, Titletown has been under mostly cloudy skies.
It appears that this will be the same song and dance for Wednesday. Shortwave energy and instability is expected to increase according to NWS-JAX's latest discussion. It doesn't appear that severe weather will be much of a risk due to lack of any substantial diurnal heating to make things more unstable. Like today, the timing of these storms should be pretty random.
The NAM guidance seems to spawn more precipitation in north Florida and the big bend at 8 pm Wednesday, but the GFS is being more conservative.
For tonight, mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of a shower and a low near 73. Wednesday, mostly cloudy with a good chance of showers and storms likely. Expect a high near 84.