TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A high pressure an upper level ridge will be our dominating weather factors for the next few days. This means our skies will stay mostly clear and sunny with daytime highs reaching close to the mid 90s by midweek. This high pressure will also keep us fairly dry, with rain chances only returning to the area as we gear up for our next weekend.
Until then, skies tonight will be mostly clear with a passing cloud or two. Winds will be rather calm with seasonal lows in the lower 60s.
Monday starts our work week off with plenty of sun and light northeast winds. Rain will not be a factor during the day. Temperatures will heat to the upper 80s and lower 90s for much of the area. Monday night won't be too much different from what we feel tonight...lows in the lower 60s with mostly clear skies.
This hot and mostly sunny weather pattern is forecast to remain in place through midweek, at least. By late week, we'll see an increase in cloud cover as the previously mentioned high pressure and ridge break down, but our high temperatures will continue to warm into the lower 90s.