TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A cold front draped over Arkansas and Texas is helping to push a low pressure near Louisiana's gulf coast eastward as we head into Sunday morning. This approaching low pressure and frontal boundary will bring the area rain for much of Sunday into Monday morning. Once the cold front passes, clearer and drier conditions are expected.
Tonight will be cloudy with lows falling to the upper 50s and lower 60s. Rain chances enter into the forecast mainly after 1 am.
Sunday will be rainy with some areas experiencing heavy rainfall. Isolated thunderstorms cannot be rule out, thou storms are not expected to be severe if they form. Daytime highs heat to the mid 60s with an east wind, about 5 mph. Sunday night holds on to the rain as lows fall to the lower 50s.