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Chances of rain and a threat of severe storms are in the forecast for parts of Florida today as a front moves into the southeast, according to the WPTV First Alert Weather team.
While the region won’t experience severe weather like the strong thunderstorms affecting parts of Mississippi and Louisiana, the Florida Panhandle could see severe storms late in the afternoon and evening.
The areas around Pensacola and Panama City are expected to be the most affected.
Meanwhile, the high pressure over the Atlantic will keep the rest of Florida dry today, with winds coming from the southeast.
However, as the front weakens and breaks apart, Florida will experience some daytime heating tomorrow, with the chance of a few pop-up showers and thunderstorms, particularly in Palm Beach County and the southern regions.
The front is expected to stall on Sunday, leading to a 60% chance of rain and cloudy conditions.
The location of the front is uncertain, which could affect the amount of rainfall in different areas.
Monday is also likely to have scattered showers and thunderstorms, before the rain chance drops on Tuesday and drier weather returns on Wednesday.