TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Another frontal system advances into the Deep South today allowing for more of a widespread rainfall coverage starting in our northwestern counties around lunchtime spreading to the rest of the region throughout the afternoon.
This won't limit temps too much as I still am expecting a good deal of sunshine throughout the day so expect steamy conditions to persist back into the low to mid 90s by the afternoon. Showers and storms fizzle out after dinnertime and conditions should calm into the overnight hours with temps bottoming out in the mid 70s. The front dissipates Saturday, but some spotty storms are still possible the farther south and east you go. Temps push above average into the mid 90s. High pressure builds over the open Gulf by Sunday allowing for a hot pattern to set up with winds coming out of the west, so temps will push into the upper 90s with heat index values nearing 105-108°. Take it easy if you plan on heading out and about this weekend. The wet pattern quickly returns for the beginning of the work week as another front pushes in, but temps will fall back to near normal conditions in the low 90s due to the increase of moisture.