TALLAHASSEE, FL. (WTXL) -- The new year is off to an unseasonably warm start with highs in the lower to mid 70s. These warmer temperatures will stay for just a few more days before we start a steady cool-down. Rain has also been trying to push through the region today, and will continue to do so though Tuesday. There is a small chance of seeing a severe storm tomorrow.
Tonight, rain is possible for much of the community, with the highest rain chances staying in the western half of the area. There is a small chance of hearing a rumble of thunder overnight tonight, but it is not likely to be severe. Lows stay unseasonably warm, cooling to the mid 60s under mostly cloudy skies.
Monday starts our week with highs in the mid 70s and rain. Thunderstorms are likely, and at this time there is a small chance that a few of these storms may become severe. This is likely to happen in the western half of the area, from Tift County in Georgia down to Wakulla County in Florida and areas west. East of this line, thunderstorms are possible, but are not expected to become severe. The rain and thunder is likely to continue into Monday night as well. Overnight lows fall to the mid 60s.
Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Meyers