Saturday is getting a quiet start to the day after a stormy afternoon on Friday.
Lows in the morning are in the mid 70s, with a mix of sun and clouds. The cold front from Friday will wash out to our south Saturday and high pressure will begin to build in its place. A northeast wind take over during the day, helping to lower the humidity through the weekend. It will also drive most of the afternoon storms to the west coast of Florida, keeping us in the clear for the next few days.
Only a slight chance of showers will remain in the forecast for the weekend.
Saturday night will drop down to the mid 70s, with an isolated shower possible. Breezy east winds will continue through Monday or Tuesday, with low rain chances. Rain chances increase by the middle part of next week.