TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- This morning's rain, brought in from a cold front, continues to push eastward away from us. As it's doing so, our cloudy skies are expected to clear. Behind the front is dry northerly air that will not only drop our temperatures overnight, but also keep us nice and cool through much of the upcoming work week.
Tonight, expect your skies to gradually clear with overnight lows falling to the upper 30s with a northwest wind near 10 to 15 mph. Rain chances continue to drop through the evening, leaving us with dry conditions overnight.
Saturday will be unseasonably cold. Highs throughout the area are expected to heat to the lower 50s under sunny skies. Winds remain from the northwest at about 10 mph. Clear skies linger into Saturday night which will allow for temperatures to cool significantly. Expect lows near 30 degrees, with a few cities falling to the upper 20s.
Sunday is shaping up to be pretty similar to Saturday...highs in the low 50s and sunny, while lows fall into the upper 20s.