TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Last night's cold front is sow sitting over south Florida where it is expected to stall on Sunday. This may help lift moisture into our area, creating cloudier conditions and spotty showers by Sunday afternoon.
Tonight will be mainly clear for much of our overnight hours, though a few clouds may form closer to sunrise. Overnight lows are expected to fall to the mid and upper 40s with a light north wind.
Sunday starts off partly cloudy, but by the afternoon hours, expect to see a mainly cloudy sky. Highs will heat into the mid 60s for many of us, with a northeast wind, about 5 to 10 mph. There is a small, 10 percent chance, of seeing a spotting shower in the afternoon and evening hours, but most of us will be stating dry.
Sunday night is forecast to be cloudy with lows in the mid 50s throughout. A spotty shower may be possible.