TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The storm threat has passed, but scattered showers still remain a possibility heading through the early part of your Friday. Conditions remain muggy with temps in the 60s all day long. By mid-afternoon, skies will begin to clear out, especially for our western counties. By this evening, everyone should begin to dry and cool down with temps quickly falling to the low 40s by Saturday morning. Expect a breeze to stick with us til the early part of Saturday with gusts up to 25 mph possible. By the afternoon we'll see plenty of sunshine boosting temps into the mid 60s. By Sunday morning, temps will be into the upper 30s with winds easing which will allow for some light frost to form, especially in rural areas. High pressure moving off the east coast will allow for winds to turn from the Gulf ushering in more warmth rather quickly and we'll crack 70° by Sunday afternoon. Heading into the beginning of the work week, seasonal conditions return with a relatively cool start in the 40s Monday morning, but rising to the the upper 70s later on. Upper 70s and low 80s can be expected through midweek with a rogue shower or two possible.
Posted at 4:32 AM, Mar 27, 2015
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