TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) --The unseasonably warm days are over, at least for now. An approaching cold front will weaken the high pressure that's been our dominating weather pattern for the last week. The cold front will push closer to us through the day Sunday, with most of the region expecting rain after 2 pm. Thunderstorms are possible as this front moves past the area. There is a small chance that an isolated storm could become severe for Baker, Mitchell, Tift, north Colquitt, and northwest Berrien counties in Georgia. That chance remains VERY low.
Tonight, skies will clear as they have all week. As we head into the early morning hours of Sunday, our cloud cover will increase to partly cloudy skies. We'll keep a southwest wind on hand at about 5-10 mph with overnight lows only falling to the mid and lower 60s.
Sunday will be a cloudy day with highs feeling more seasonal, in the lower 80s. The cold front is expected to arrive after 2 pm, bringing with it rain and thunderstorms. These storms may last through the night as well. Sunday night will be cooler, with lows near 56 degrees and a light northwest wind.