SATURDAY: Winds become more SW-WSW on Saturday and quite warm particularly North Central to South Florida in the potential absence of an east coast sea breeze. Suspect high clouds might run along from I-4 and north producing more clouds than anything else with pockets of showers and perhaps some thunder more likely toward East Central as a frontal boundary of little regard (mostly mid-level disturbance) tries to swing by to the north. The best chance of thunder, if there is to be any, appears will be toward the east coast mid-late afternoon, although if high clouds are absent to the north thunder is possible as well toward I-4 if not yet further north. Rain chances to end by after sunset if not a bit sooner.
SUNDAY: Another boundary will swing toward North Florida with again a chance of showers, but thunder appears to be out of the picture. Showers most likely toward the east side with westerly winds continuing and highs again in the 80Fs.
BEYOND: Frontal boundary could squeak toward Central but then slide eastward and out of the picture as the part low pressure area will be long gone to the north of Florida with a sub tropical jet stream reminiscent of last October late in the month steering in toward and across Florida. Not much change in temperatures with westerly type winds continuing across a drier air mass.
Another boundary may start to move toward Florida in the Wednesday time frame, but timing is quite sketchy in this regard.