More than 50 records have either been tied or broken in Florida over the past seven days. It's a streak of warmth that, in some cities, was unprecedented for November. All-time record highs were broken for the month in Tallahassee, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Tampa, Daytona Beach and Naples. This all changes Sunday and Monday as, for the first time in more than ten days, a cold front will pass entirely through the state. A soaking rain will occur with the storm system in the panhandle and north Florida Sunday and Sunday night, passing to the southeast with more spotty rain across the peninsula on Monday. Rainfall amounts will range from one to two inches near I-10 to about 1/4 of an inch in south Florida.