TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The above average rain chances continue as we go into the end of the work week. We'll start off dry, albeit quite humid with some dew lying in the windshield this morning with temps hovering in the low 70s. But by the afternoon, temps quickly heat up into the low 90s, near average, but our rain chances will also increase with the daytime heating and trough of low pressure digging into the southeast. That increased instability will cause higher rain chances through Saturday with about a 50-60% coverage. Temps remain quite similar on Saturday starting off in the low 70s and rebounding into the low 90s in the PM hours. By Sunday, we'll see the storm chances slowly decrease as a ridge of high pressure builds back in, however it is temporary and another frontal system advances from the Midwest by midweek increasing the rain chances. So, after a little bit of a dry spell last week, we'll make up for our missed rain chances over the next 7-days with temps varying anywhere from the low to mid 70s in the morning to the low to mid 90s in the afternoon.
Posted at 4:01 AM, Jul 11, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-11 04:01:00-04
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