TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The drier but still hot trend continues as you head back to work. We'll remain mild tonight with temps bottoming out in the upper 60s. High pressure continues to do its work on the eastern seaboard. That's continuing to allow us to remain dry over the next couple days so make sure you're watering your garden because Mother Nature won't be providing much help. One or two showers can't be ruled out on Monday as temps continue to climb into the mid 90s allowing the air to mix and possibly produce some isolated rainy spots. But again, moisture is limited even going into Tuesday. Temps Tuesday morning hold around 70° before creeping back into the mid 90s by the afternoon. By mid to late week, rain chances return to normal as the high pressure system moves farther east from us allowing for winds to turn from the Gulf providing more moisture. Higher rain chances stick around even into next weekend with temps a little bit above average in the low to mid 90s.
Posted at 4:23 PM, Jul 06, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-06 16:23:00-04
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