It’s almost unheard of to get a cold front moving through Florida this time of year. And no, we aren’t forecasting one to actually pass all the way through. However, a dramatic shift in the weather pattern is forecast to occur across the Eastern US over the coming days that will send an unusually strong cold front as far south as the Florida-Georgia line by Sunday. Current forecast data suggests it will only tease us with it’s cooler, drier air before dissipating early next week. The added cloud cover and expected precipitation, though, will offer some relief from the relentless recent heat and developing drought. In our 10-Day Outlook (below), a very wet pattern is shaping up Sunday through Tuesday, with near-normal conditions expected to return in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.