A warm front sliding northeast will spark a few isolated showers overnight.
Otherwise, partly cloudy and mild in the mid 60s.
An approaching cold front will provide more numerous scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday afternoon and evening.
Some of these storms could produce large hail and damaging winds, especially along and west of I-75.
Showers will slide east by Tuesday night as temperatures become more seasonable.
Highs Thursday will be slightly below average in the upper 60s.
Rain chances then hold off until next Sunday.