After dumping several inches of rain on areas of Florida’s panhandle Monday, a disturbance associated with remnants of Hurricane Patricia with move across the rest of Florida’s peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday.
The system is expected to weaken on its approach, but it will still produce a few showers and gusty winds across the state as it moves west to east late Tuesday night. Impacts will be greatest along and north of the I-4 corridor. West coast skies will clear starting Wednesday morning, with east coast showers gone by the evening commute.
Temperatures statewide will be warm Monday and Tuesday, running 3-5 degrees above normal thanks to continued humid Atlantic flow. After the front passes Wednesday, expect to wake up Thursday to a cooler, dry morning with lows in the upper 50s north of I-4 and 60s elsewhere.