TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Dense fog advisories in place this morning til 9 am. Take it easy on the roads heading to work. Other than that, it'll be another mild day after a fairly warm weekend in the 60s and 70s. We'll keep the mostly cloudy skies around and could even see a few showers spark up, but they'll be isolated chances at best. A front pushes through later this evening which will drop temps for the remainder of the work week, but no significant cold blasts like we saw last week. No Arctic air is expected to dominate the region this entire week. Temps for Tuesday will start off mild in the low 50s but only climb to near 60° for a high. Scattered showers are expected as our next low pressure system develops near Texas. That system moves towards the region Wednesday causing widespread showers. It won't be warm enough for storms to fire up with temps expected to only be in the 50s. Showers clear out early on Thursday and we usher in a weak high pressure system which will drop overnight temps into the low 40s for Thursday and Friday morning with cooler numbers into the beginning of the weekend down into the mid 30s. Highs stay consistent in the low 60s but by the end of the weekend, we'll see another warm up with highs crawling towards 70° and a few more showers possible.
Posted at 4:35 AM, Feb 23, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-23 04:35:00-05
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