TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Another warmer than average day is in the books, and will continue to be the case through the next week. As far as our Easter weekend is concerned, it'll stay dry with a very small chance of an isolated shower on Sunday. This dry weather is due to a high pressure and upper level ridge that is currently in place. As these features begin to weaken and move away, a small chance of rain will return.
Tonight, lows will stay mild through the area, only dropping to about 60 degrees. Winds will be light and from the east. Fog could be possible for some in the early morning hours, but not everyone will see this.
Saturday will stay warm with highs similar to those from Friday...in the lower and mid 80s. Partly cloudy skies will be around for much of the day with east winds about 5 to 10 mph. In the afternoon, winds may pick up just a bit, but that's all. Saturday night will be similar to tonight...partly cloudy to mostly clear with lows near 60 degrees.
Easter Sunday is shaping up to be partly cloudy as well with winds becoming more southerly. This is partly due to the previously mentioned high pressure trying to move southward a little bit. There is a small, less than 20 percent, chance of seeing a passing isolated shower. Sunday highs will be in the mid to upper 80s with lows back in the lower 60s.