TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A cold front out to our west will continue pushing closer to the area through the weekend. Ahead of the front, we'll feel the southerly winds and muggy air, much like we had on Saturday. As the front continues to close in on the region, our rain chances will increase. This means more showers and thunderstorms may be seen for Sunday, but at this time, nothing is expected to become severe.
Tonight will be a muggy one with overnight lows falling to the lower 70s under partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be light from the south to southeast with a very, very small chance of picking up a stray shower.
Sunday is when the rain chances will increase due the the previously mentioned front. Rumbles of thunder and heavier rainfall cannot be ruled out, but again, nothing is expected to become severe. Aside from the rain, we'll see mostly cloudy skies and south winds at about 5 to 10 mph. Daytime highs heat to the mid and upper 80s for much of the area. Sunday night cools back to the lower 70s with a small chance of isolated showers and storms.