TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Here's your forecast for the next four hours:
Good Friday morning!
An isolated shower or two to start your Friday. Otherwise foggy spots developing in the Big Bend and Southern Georgia.
Scattered showers and storms will begin to develop this afternoon from east to west. Areas along I-75 and in the eastern counties have the best chance of seeing the rain. Franklin, Liberty and Gadsden counties have the least chance of seeing rain. Expect partly sunny skies with warm and humid conditions.
Clouds will blanket the skies this weekend. The weekend is staying muggy with strings of rain streaming in from the Gulf, connected to Hurricane Delta which will be over the Mississippi Valley. While it will be damp, rough weather and strong wind gusts will be minimal here. Above-average temperatures will continue through the middle of next week.
Hurricane Delta is moving northwest in the western Gulf of Mexico as a powerful category 3 system Friday morning. It is forecast to make landfall in southwestern Louisiana by late Friday. The Big Bend is not in the cone of possible forecast movement and a local landfall is not expected. But, as the forecast changes, we will keep you updated throughout the week.
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