TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A sweeping cold front advances from the west during the mid-afternoon impacting the Tri-State & Apalachicola River areas. This system is prompting a slight risk for severe weather (areas in yellow). High winds, isolated spin-up tornadoes and heavy downpours are possible. As this line parades eastward, it'll reach the central Big Bend and southwest Georgia by 9-10 pm and could still hold a few severe storms (marginal risk for areas in green). Overnight, the line weakens as it approaches I-75, though there is still a limited threat for severe weather.
Stick with the Storm Team on Weather NOW channel 27.3 today for coverage of any severe weather warnings that may be issued.
Tomorrow, we will slowly see our skies clear with the chance of rain, especially east, in the morning. Highs will be in the upper 70s. Mid 70s to end the work week and head into the weekend with overnight lows in the 50s. A quieter cold front scoots through this weekend dropping temps to 40s overnight to start the work week while highs struggle to flirt with 70°.