TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Mostly cloudy skies will be more apparent each day this week as a warmer, active pattern sets up. A stalled frontal system will help keep the area unsettled for the early part of the week, keeping rain chances prominent.
Monday, rain coverage is expected to continue until around midnight with cloudy skies lingering most of the day. Highs are in the lower to mid 70s today with overnight lows falling to the lower 60s as widespread fog develops.
Tuesday, patchy fog will likely develop overnight and linger until mid morning. Expect mostly cloudy conditions throughout the day, with intermittent shower activity in an isolated fashion. Temperatures will climb to the mid 70s again before dropping to lower 60s.
Wednesday appears to be the rainiest day this week, especially in Florida Panhandle and South Georgia counties. An upper level low will pass the area and isolated thunderstorm activity cannot be ruled out. If a strong storm forms, gusty winds will be the main threat.
Heading into Christmas weekend with above average temperatures and low rain chances each day. Highs will climb to the lower and mid 70s each day with lows beginning to fall to the upper 50s on Saturday night.