TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Saturday proved to be a fairly average fall day thanks to a cold front that pushed though earlier this morning. In the upper levels of the atmosphere, the sub-tropical jet stream is sitting over us. This just means the stronger upper level winds are bringing in some clouds and why we saw quite a few areas holding on to those cloudier conditions.
Because the jet stream is going to be sitting over the area for at least one more day, we can expect partly to mostly cloudy skies tonight. The cloudier skies means we'll see overnight lows falling to the lower 50s. Winds will be light to moderate from the northeast at about 5-10 mph.
Sunday will be pretty similar to Saturday...we'll keep the layers of thin clouds throughout the region. This will allow temperatures to stay in the lower to mid 70s. Winds will continue blowing from the northeast with speeds of 5-10 mph. Sunday night will remain cloudy with lows in near 54 degrees.
For the rest of the work week, we'll be seeing a slight warming trend with daytime highs warming to the upper 70s by Friday.
Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Meyers