TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The warm up begins today! We'll still fall below average with our temps throughout the day, but they will be warmer than yesterday. This morning is a relatively chilly start with temps near 40° but pesky winds will cause the chills to feel more like the mid 30s. After four straight days of gloomy, cloudy skies expect mostly sunny conditions heading throughout the course of your Friday. This will boost temps, but since we still have that northeasterly flow, highs will only get into the low 60s. Temps dipping back to the low 40s to start your weekend so bundle up if you're heading out late tonight. A few rogue showers are possible starting Saturday afternoon and an isolated rain threat is possible through next midweek. Temps will be in the low and mid 60s Saturday with upper 60s expected after church lets out Sunday afternoon. The warmest of this air mass is confined to early next week in which we'll see mid 70s on Monday, and near 80° on Tuesday as a persistent breeze flows off the Gulf of Mexico ushering in that warm, but humid air. Wednesday looks very warm as well with highs climbing to the upper 70s again. Expect the main front to approach the region on Thursday cooling us off and increasing our rain and storm threat substantially. More details on that in upcoming forecasts.
Posted at 4:26 AM, Feb 27, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-27 04:26:00-05
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