TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Overall, Friday shaped up to be a fairly typical summer day with highs in the lower 90s and a few afternoon rain showers. Taking a look further west, there is a weak cold front draped over parts of Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma. This front will slowly push toward us through the day Saturday. Come Sunday, this frontal system may try to pass over the area, but we won't see a change in temperatures. Instead, it'll keep our environment unsettled with a slight increase in ran chances.
Tonight, we'll have a partly cloudy to mostly clear evening on hand with overnight lows falling near the mid 70s. Winds will be very light, about 5 mph from the west, with a chance of seeing patchy fog.
Saturday will be another hot feeling day with highs peeking near 93 degrees for some, though it may FEEL much hotter. Skies will be partly cloudy, especially in the afternoon. There is about a 40 percent chance of seeing a few rain showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. Overall, conditions for Saturday will be similar to those we felt Friday.
Saturday night will be another mild one with lows in the mid 70s under mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.