TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The wet pattern continues! Storms make their way into the region a little earlier than a typical sea breeze-induced system. Western areas will get in on the rainfall in the AM hours while the eastern areas will see the rain a little later. Because of that, folks along the I-75 can expect more sunshine and a little hotter temps in the upper 80s and low 90s. Meanwhile, in our western counties, temps will only reach the mid 80s. Some of the storms, especially closer to the coast can have some high wind gusts and a little bit of hail as well. Conditions calm once again by dinnertime and expect some patchy fog overnight as temps remain seasonable in the low 70s. A very similar story tomorrow with storms early for the west and then storms later in the east as temps remain spread out from the upper 80s to low 90s. This is all due to a frontal system stalled out just to our west. However, it'll fizzle out by midweek.
By Wednesday, we dry out a little bit as a surface high pressure system builds on in. Because of that, we'll only see some typical sea-breeze afternoon storms, but temps rebound back into the mid 90s as we see more sunshine. This weather pattern holds on at least through the weekend.