Weather: Rain possible Monday, Tuesday in Daytona with return to sunny skies & cooler temps mid-week

Daytona Beach Shores cam shows crowds at the each on Sunday / Headline SurferPhotos for Headline Surfer / Volusia County beach cams for New Smyrna Beach, above, and Daytona Beach Shores, at left, show crowds at both locales , thanks in large measure to sunny skies Sunday and warm temps near 80. The county beach cams are located at Flagler Avenue apporach in New Smyrna Beach, and the Duinlawton Avenue approach,in Daytona Beach Shores, just south of Daytona Beach.
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Sunday's partly sunny skies are expected to give way to possible sghowers on Monday with a 50 percent chance of rain before the sunshine returns Wednesday, according to the National Weather Servicve in Melborne for greater Daytona Beach.

Monday's high in Daytona will be near 76 with a southwest wind of 5 to 10 mph becoming north in the afternoon. Expected rainfall amounts are between a tenth and quarter of an inch, unless thunderstorms erupt and then there could be an increase in precipitation. Monday night will see mostly cloudy skies, with a low around 55 and a north wind of 5 to 10 mph.

There's a 20 percent chance of showers for Tuesday with mostly cloudy skies and a high near 67. Winds will be north northwest at 5 to 10 mph. On Tuesday night, skies will be mostly clear, with a low around 44. Winds will be northwest wind at 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

Wednesday will see a return to mostly sunny skies in Daytona, but with much coller temps near 57. Winds will be 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.



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