Strong west to southwest flow remains in control Saturday, as North Central Florida is sandwiched between a ridge of high pressure to the south and a lingering, but fading, frontal boundary to the north.
For Saturday there will be isolated storms moving through Alachua and Marion counties from west to east; however, most areas in these counties will dry off by 4pm. You can leave the umbrellas at home if you’re going to be headed out for Saturday evening.
Sunday and into Monday, a pocket of dry air moves in over North Florida. This significantly reduces rain chances, with just a spotty shower possible Sunday, and almost no rain Monday. Enjoy (and stay cool) because a strong cold front is poised to bring some stormy weather Tuesday, with storm chances returning to their typical values by the end of the week.