TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Washout conditions expected this morning as a quick moving system advances from the western Gulf. It'll push north and east of the region this afternoon and we may even see some sunshine allowing temps to warm to the low 70s after starting off mild in the low to mid 50s. Gale warnings are in effect until this afternoon for the Apalachee Bay so no one should be on the waters today. A split weekend ahead with Saturday looking much more enjoyable than Sunday. Expect mild conditions and a sun-cloud mix with temps right around 70° as we head into Saturday afetrnoon. Another quick-moving system moves in on Sunday providing for scattered showers and a few embedded storms as folks head to church in the morning. By the afternoon, we should be clearer, but much cooler with highs barely getting into the low 60s. Martin Luther King Jr. Day looks quiet and cool with 30s in the morning and mid 50s in the afternoon, despite plenty of sunshine. Temps moderate throughout the week with near freezing air Tuesday morning, but highs near 60° in the afternoon. Mid 60s return heading into midweek along with a minimal rain threat.
Posted at 4:44 AM, Jan 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-15 04:44:00-05
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