TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- This weekend proved to be cloudy and unseasonably warm with some areas heating close to 90 degrees. As we start our next work week, a cold front will push through the area bring with it rain and even possible thunderstorms. There is a VERY SMALL CHANCE that areas north of Thomasville and Valdosta could see a severe storm as this front passes. This includes central and north Mitchell, Colquitt, Cook, Tift, Berrien, north Lanier, and northwest Clinch counties.
Tonight, it'll be a mild and muggy night with overnight lows dropping to about 70 degrees. Skies will stay fairly cloudy with only a few peeks of stars and light southerly winds.
Monday will be a cloudy day due to the previously mentioned cold front that will pass. The western half of the area will see highs near 80 degrees, while those in the east will be able to warm close to 83 degrees. As this front passes, expect rain and some rumbles of thunder, especially for the afternoon. As previously mentioned, storms are not likely to become severe for the area. When this front passes, our breezy south winds will become a lighter northerly wind. Monday night will feel more seasonal with lows falling to the upper 50s with partly to mostly cloudy skies.