A wetter pattern enters our forecast as we head into the end of the workweek. For the rest of your Thursday, we stay mainly dry but we do hang onto the cloud cover. Daytime highs will again run below average for this time of the year, climbing only into the mid 70's with a slight chance for a few showers. Tonight into Friday morning, our frontal boundary slow sly lifts north increasing our rain chances. We're watching developing low pressure in the Gulf. At this point it looks like the low will move on a northeasterly track, bringing a good chance for widespread rain to Central Florida and heavier rain for North Central Florida Friday into Saturday.