TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- The coolest temperatures we've felt this fall season are arriving on Sunday. With the passage of a cold front, Sunday's temperatures will start in the 50's and warm to the lower 70's.
The aforementioned cold front will keep clouds lingering Saturday night and isolated shower activity remains possible overnight. By Sunday morning, high pressure takes control of the region bringing sunny skies and breezy conditions at times. Sunday night's lows could possibly dip into the upper 40's. Sunday and Monday will remain dry.
By Tuesday, moisture will move back into the area as a weak upper disturbance pushes east off the Texas coast. Our local winds will be blowing from the east, which will keep most of the rain away from the region. The possibility to see isolated to scattered showers will remain in the forecast toward the end of the week.