TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- A stationary frontal boundary and a moist onshore air flow is responsible for our rain and thunderstorm chances as we move into our next work week. This frontal boundary is currently draped across central Alabama and Georgia, and is expected to weaken and break apart moving into the middle of the week.
Tonight, we'll see some skies clearing, much like last night with lows falling to the lower 70s. A light south to southwest wind will also be on hand with a few lingering showers possible.
Monday starts off with peeks of sun before becoming cloudier in the afternoon. Afternoon rain and thunderstorms are expected across the area as the warm moist air tried to interact with the stationary frontal boundary. Highs will heat back into the lower 90s with a south to southwest wind on hand. Rain chances drop Monday night leaving us with a few clouds and lows in the lower 70 yet again.