TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Yesterday's cold front has pushed past the region, dropping only a handful of rain showers. This front is still expected to stall to our south, with drier air lingering over the area. This drier air will be responsible for cooler lows and slightly cooler highs. A low pressure is sitting just to the south of the Florida Gulf Coast. While we are not expecting to see rain from this low, it will be the main factor for our northeast winds.
Tonight, skies will continue to clear to mostly clear conditions. Overnight lows will be cooler than average, dropping to the upper 60s in Georgia and lower 70s across the Big Bend.
Monday will start the work week with sunnier skies and highs reaching the upper 80s. There is a chance we'll see a few afternoon clouds, but that's about it. Our winds will remain northeasterly, but may be a bit breezy at times, 10 to 15 mph. Monday night will be a quiet night with lows falling near 70 degrees and mostly clear skies.