TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- The cold nights and chilly days will soon be ending as the upper level trough recedes northward away from the area thanks to an area of high pressure. This means we'll see warmer temperatures beginning Sunday. A shortwave low pressure nears the area Sunday night and is expected to bring rain chances back to the forecast Monday afternoon.
As for tonight, we'll see clear skies and a light east northeast wind, about 5 mph. Overnight lows will be cold, with most cities falling to the upper 20s.
Sunday finishes the weekend with a cold morning, but a sunny and warmer afternoon. Highs are expected to reach the mid and upper 50s with a light east wind. Through the evening and Sunday night, we'll see an increase in clouds and the previously mentioned shortwave nears us. Sunday night lows fall to the lower 40s.