TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Another sunny day is on tap for Sunday thanks to a high pressure that has been dominating our weather pattern, but that is expected to weaken Sunday night. Currently sitting off to our west, over west Texas, is our next low pressure system. This system will be moving towards us through Sunday, arriving at our doorstep with rain and thunderstorms by Monday afternoon. The rain and storms from this storm could be strong at times, with a handful that could potentially become severe for the last half of the day on Monday into Tuesday morning. Of course we will continue to monitor the weather and give updates as needed.
Tonight is looking to be a beautiful one with clear skies with light and variable winds. Overnight lows will fall to the mid 50s for most. There is a chance that some fog may try to form along the immediate coastline just before sunrise, but it shouldn't last too long.
Sunday is going to be pretty similar to what we saw on Saturday...sunny skies with a handful of clouds, and a light wind. Highs will be warmer, topping off in the upper 80s, with a few cities striving to break into the lower 90s. Sunday night, we'll see partly cloudy skies as the previously mentioned high pressure continues to weaken over us. Overnight lows fall to the mid 60s with a southerly wind at about 5-10 mph. Be sure to take advantage of the nice weather on Sunday as rain chances stay with us for our next work week.