TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Temperatures near 80 degrees were felt throughout much of the region today as a high pressure sitting to our east in the brought in southerly winds and mostly sunny skies. During the day on Sunday, this high pressure will slowly push away allowing for more clouds to move in, but our temperatures will remain very close to what we felt today.
Tonight, we'll see an increase in clouds from mostly clear to partly cloudy conditions. Overnight lows will only fall to the mid 50s with a light wind. Fog is possible after midnight, and could last though Sunday morning.
Sunday is expected to stay unseasonably warm with daytime highs topping off near 80 degrees under partly cloudy skies. There is a very small chance of seeing some light isolated showers in the afternoon as a weak cold front nears the region. Sunday night stays cloudy with lows back in the mid 50s. The previously mentioned cold front is expected to make its way past us Sunday night, but temperatures on Monday won't be too different from what we've felt this weekend.
Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Meyers