TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A slow-moving cold front will be the main weather player this week providing for scattered to widespread storms with heaviest impacts for our far west and northern counties. Flash flood watches are in effect for areas west of the Apalachicola River and Flint River regions. Upwards of 3-6" of new rain is possible. Everyone else will see garden-variety showers with a potential high wind gust or two possible. Near-record heat will be likely too with highs getting into the upper 80s. We tied a record on Sunday of 88° and the Indian Summer continues into this entire work week with mid to upper 80s likely. Scattered showers stay with us as the cold front stalls out over the region with hit and miss action expected mainly through midweek, then isolated rain chances persist into Friday. Another cold front will drop temps late this weekend as rain chances go back up.
Posted at 4:46 AM, Nov 02, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-02 04:46:00-05
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