Today, instability and upper-level influences aided in producing rainfall for much of north Florida. Most of the heaviest rain seemed to have went north or south of Titletown based on radar imagery from this afternoon.
Thursday should be more of the same. NWS-JAX notes a closed upper low should hang around the lower Mississippi valley for the next day. With daytime heating and a moist atmosphere, instability with enable a good chance of rain for tomorrow. NWS-JAX is calling for a 70 percent shot of rain for Gainesville.
For tonight, partly cloudy skies with a low near 70. Thursday, partly cloudy with a good chance of showers and storms. Expect a high near 88.