TALLAHASSEE, FL. (WTXL) -- Partly cloudy skies will remain through the rest of the weekend with rain chances increasing through the start of the upcoming work week, mainly due to a low pressure in the Gulf.
Tonight, winds will be light with a mostly clear to partly cloudy sky. Overnight lows fall to the mid and upper 60s.
Sunday ends the weekend with partly cloudy skies, and a light wind from the east. There is a small, 10 percent, chance of seeing an isolated shower in the afternoon, much like we saw Saturday. High temperatures for the day will be dependent on cloud cover. Some models are indicating thicker, cloudier conditions, and cause temperatures to heat to the upper 80s. Other models, however, are hinting at upper level clouds and more sunshine, which would help temperatures heat near 93 degrees.
Sunday night is expected to be cloudy, but rain-free. Mostly cloudy conditions and a light wind will be on hand as lows fall to the mid 60s.