TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A high pressure sitting just to our north has given us mostly sunny skies and an easterly breeze throughout the day. This high pressure will continue to move eastward away from us, opening the door for our next low pressure system and cold front at the end of the week.
Tonight, our lows will be warmer than what we felt last night, closer to 50 degrees. Skies will start mostly clear, but cloud cover is expected to increase to a partly cloudy sky as the high pressure moves away.
Monday will start with areas of patchy fog and cloudier conditions. For the remainder of the day, partly cloudy skies are expected with breezy south winds, 5-15 mph. Due to the southern winds, daytime highs will heat to the mid and upper 70s though the area. There is a less than 20 percent chance of seeing a stray shower in the afternoon and evening, mainly in the western-most counties.
We'll keep the rain chances on hand through most of the week as the previously mentioned cold front approaches the region. The best chance of rain looks to fall Wednesday afternoon to Thursday morning, while the cooler temperatures aren't expected until Thursday afternoon.
Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Meyers