TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- As we start our next work week, there aren't any major changes expected to the weather. There is still a stationary front across central Alabama and Georgia that is forecast to remain in place. Locally, we'll continue to have south to southwest winds for the next few days which will keep our humidity levels high, and rain chances on hand.
Tonight, skies will gradually clear leaving us with a few passing clouds. Rain chances drop after sunset, though there is a very small, less than 20 percent, chance of a light shower passing overnight. Lows drop to the lower and mid 70s, much like Saturday night.
Monday starts the work week with partly cloudy skies becoming cloudier in the afternoon with the development of the seabreeze. While highs are only forecast to heat to the lower 90s, it will feel closer to 100 degrees. As mentioned, the seabreeze is expected to bring rain and a few rumbles of thunder to the aera, so rain chances will peek at 50 percent coverage. Winds will stay southwesterly at about 5 to 10 mph.
Monday night will be another quiet evening with lows in the mid 70s under partly cloudy to mostly clear skies.