TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Today we'll be experiencing a relatively cooler pattern for the next 24 hours due to the passage of a cold front. This cold front has dried things up and dropped dew point values as well so while highs for tomorrow will be in the mid 90s, the lower dew point values will result in lower heat index values and overall a more comfortable afternoon across the Big Bend region. For tonight, expect lows to be in the upper 60s. Due to high pressure building in beyond the cold front, there will be less showers/storms to cool us off to start the new work week. Rain chances will be below seasonable average at 20% or less through Wednesday. Later on in the work week, a more seasonable pattern will set in with rain chances increasing to 40%-50% for Friday and Saturday and highs anywhere in the mid 90s to upper 90s in areas more inland that don't receive any rainfall.
-- Storm Team Intern Alex Cordero