Though North Florida is experiencing typical summer days, there is a slightly higher rain chance this Monday morning. Cloud cover overnight caused temperatures to start out in the mid 70s during the early morning hours. Once the sun rises, the warmup should be rapid, with more hot and muggy conditions to look forward to throughout the afternoon. A cold front out west is passing through Pensacola and bringing rain associated with it. The cold front is not expected to directly pass over Tallahassee, but it will contribute to rain chances. The air along the cold front induces formation of thunderstorms. It will be paired with the moisture pushed onshore from the sea breeze, enabling scattered showers and storms to develop throughout the region. By sunset, the rain should taper off. The storms could cool off some areas, but afternoon highs in North Florida will be in the lower 90s under partly cloudy skies. Rain chances will be in the 20-30% range by tomorrow and remain that way through the rest of the week. Afternoon temperatures will climb into the mid 90s by Wednesday and Thursday. More hot and humid days ahead, so be sure to stay hydrated!
Posted at 7:20 AM, Jun 10, 2013
and last updated 2019-05-22 18:07:52-04
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