TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A cold front currently draped over North Carolina and portions on Tennessee will continue to edge closer to us moving into our next work week. This is not expected to cool our temperatures, but it could bring a larger chance for thunderstorms, much like we'll see tomorrow. For Sunday, our wet weather will be mainly from the seabreeze, with a larger chance of storms in Georgia and the wet weather interacts with the previously mentioned approaching cold front.
Tonight, a lot of the thunderstorm and rain activity should drop off after sunset. Lows will fall to the lower and mid 70s with mostly cloudy skies and a light southwest wind.
Sunday is expected to have more afternoon storms, with the possibility of an isolated severe thunderstorm for portions of south Georgia. Daytime highs should feel seasonal and reach into the lower 90s with partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Much like tonight, Sunday night rain chances will drop off after sunset with lows near 73 degrees.