TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A high pressure is still sitting in the Gulf of Mexico with a stationary boundary draped over central Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. This boundary will begin moving toward the Florida Panhandle as a cold front. Before arriving in the Big Bend, it's expected to stall out once again. This will keep rain chances low for the rest of the weekend.
Tonight, lows fall to the lower and mid 70s with a partly cloudy sky. Winds are expected to be calm.
Sunday will start mostly sunny, but partly cloudy conditions will be seen by the afternoon. There is a 30 percent chance of seeing an isolated rain shower or a non-severe thunderstorm in the afternoon to evening hours. Highs will be seasonal, heating to the low 90s, with a northwest wind. Sunday night will be a repeat of tonight... lows near 74 degrees with a partly cloudy sky.