TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Although there were some early morning storms, most of the day was filled south winds, cloudy skies and muggy conditions. There is a cold front still sitting to our west, but it is moving slowly toward the area, and any impacts from the front, including cooler weather, is not expected to be felt until midweek.
Tonight, skies will stay cloudy with humid conditions remaining on hand. Overnight lows will fall near 70 degrees with a light southwest wind. There is a VERY small chance of picking up a passing shower or storm, but that chance drops off around 9 pm.
Monday starts our next work week off with cloudy skies and temperatures warming into the mid 80s. There is a 50 percent chance of scattered rain and thunderstorms are throughout the day. At this time, these storms are not expected to become severe.
Monday night will hold onto the rain chances as well, with a 30 percent chance of a passing shower or thunderstorm. Winds stay southerly with overnight lows falling to back to the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Rain chances will remain through Wednesday night with lows hovering near 70 degrees and daytime highs reaching the mid 80s. Sunnier skies and drier weather is expected to make its return Thursday.