TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Yesterday's low pressure and stationary front have barely moved, causing a bit of the area to have another partly cloudy and warm day. For the rest of the weekend, this frontal boundary is expected to push away from the area.
Tonight, we'll have partly cloudy conditions with patchy fog forming after midnight. Lows fall to the mid 50s with a calm wind.
Sunday will start off partly cloudy. As the frontal boundary and low pressure move away from us, we'll begin to see mostly sunny skies. Winds will be light from the northeast, about 5 mph. Daytime highs heat to the mid and upper 70s, much like Saturday. Sunday night will be mostly clear with lows falling near 53 degrees.
Unseasonably warm temperatures and partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies remain in the forecast as we begin our next work week. A cold front is expected to pass the region beginning Wednesday, bringing with it rain and cooler temperatures.