Elevated chance of rain as storm front stays to our north

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Weather patterns will be similar to Saturday as a stationary front in North Florida continues to give us an elevated chance for rain again on Sunday.

We will see a 60% chance for widely scattered showers and storms.


This means another “cooler day.”

Daytime highs will hit the upper 80s and low 90s.

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Keeping an eye on the tropics, we are watching the coast of Texas this morning.

Heavy rain is already occurring near Corpus Christi.

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Regardless of development, which sits at a 20% chance, it will drift slowly back toward the southwest, impacting portions of Texas and Mexico.

A big portion of this area is experiencing extreme and exceptional drought levels, so this rain is much needed. Flooding is also possible.

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Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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