Two disturbances on both sides of the peninsula will help trigger showers and thunderstorms across North Florida today. A few isolated showers could move inland in the early morning hours, but stronger activity begins to develop in the late afternoon hours in Gainesville. Some stronger and more numerous storms will be possible mainly east of I-75 and near the St. Johns River Valley later in the day. The increased cloud cover and coverage of the storms will lead to slightly below average temperatures, capping them in the upper 80s today.
Rain chances remain elevated for Tuesday due to tropical moisture overhead and a stronger Atlantic sea breeze pushing further inland. Rain chances go down slightly midweek and then increase once again for the end of the week as southwesterly flow starts to develop and brings in deeper tropical moisture to help to bring both sea breezes inland each and every afternoon.