Light showers and muggy conditions will stick around through the overnight. Low clouds and patchy areas of fog are expected to develop overnight, particularly in areas that saw any shower activity this afternoon and evening. Mostly cloudy conditions will keep low temperatures in the mid 60s tonight. Though rain is not expected, cloudy conditions are forecast Wednesday and at least part of Thursday. High temperatures will continue to run well above average, with records being threatened each day this week. Plenty of sunshine and a few clouds are possible Thursday through Saturday and then, a pattern shift will occur as a cold front moves through the Mississippi Valley and Midwest. The cold front will drop into Southwest Georgira by the end of the weekend, bringing our best chance for rain in quite some time. Rain chances will continue through mid-week as the tail end of the front stalls out across the Gulf coast. While still expected to be above average, highs will run a few degrees closer to normal once the cold front moves through.