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Friday morning First Alert forecast (11/23/2018)

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Posted at 5:27 AM, Nov 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-23 01:12:47-05

TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Cloudy skies will thicken to overcast by Friday afternoon. High level clouds will allow peaks of sun in the morning, but as the cloud deck fills in less sunshine is expected. Spotty showers during the afternoon and evening are possible mainly in eastern Big Bend and south-central Georgia zones. With more moisture and warmth around, temperatures will reach the mid and upper 60s.

Showers increase Friday overnight and for the start of your Saturday plans ahead of an approaching cold front. Not expecting wash out conditions, but hit or miss showers are likely. We'll have some clearing later in the day on Saturday, but cool air won't be filtering in. Saturday and Sunday will feature warmer temperatures, reaching the mid 70s in most cases with peaks of sunshine.

After a break in rainfall, another round will return Sunday and for the start of Monday. The front carrying this rain is weak and a line of showers is all that it will bring to the local area. Behind this front, we'll have a cool down at the start of our next work week. Daytime highs will stay in the lower and mid 60s.