TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A few more storms are possible streaming in from the Atlantic shoreline. Winds will shift from the east north east allowing for a sea breeze to form from the east and provide for some scattered showers and storms. It only looks like we'll see about a 30% coverage with the rainfall. Highs will remain bearable in the upper 80s by the mid afternoon. Transitioning into the weekend, temps remain mild in the upper 60s once again overnight. Mid to upper 80s are expected for game day with a couple scattered showers possible for the tailgate. By game time, rain chances will be rather limited. Mid 60s likely again overnight. Sunday looks like a great beach day with shower chances dropping to near zero. Another cold front moves into the Deep South early next week which will increase rain chances and also reinforce the seasonable temps that we've started to experience. The autumnal equinox officially happens Tuesday evening, so fall is literally right around the corner!
Posted at 4:22 AM, Sep 19, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-19 04:22:00-04
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