The front that soaked our Sunday will be stalling out and sending more rain into North Florida for the first three days of the work week. An area of low pressure forming along the front will push even greater amounts of moisture into the region Tuesday and Wednesday, when the rainfall will be noticeably heavier and longer lasting than typical Florida afternoon showers. High pressure then eventually surges in from the north, drying out our skies by week’s end.
- Steadier rain this morning near the Nature Coast, with showers pushing inland at times through midday.
- Rain will be most-concentrated and heaviest by afternoon in Levy, Marion, and Citrus counties
- No significant threat for flooding or severe weather
- Periods of rain likely throughout the day
- Isolated thunderstorms possible by afternoon
- Low chance for localized flooding and a few stronger thunderstorms
- Showers likely by afternoon in most areas
- Pockets of heavy rain possible
- Ending by evening, with breezy northeast winds developing