TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The heat will stick with us through Saturday before temps fall back to near seasonable autumn levels. Record-breaking highs are expected again today after setting records most of this week too! Expect morning temps in the low 70s and afternoon highs in the upper 80s through Saturday with at least a few summery late afternoon and evening pop-up storms. By Saturday, a few more late day storms are possible as a cold front advances into the Deep South. This system will eventually pass us by and bring that cooler air that is more typical this time of year. Expect scattered showers and storms for Sunday with temps only in the upper 70s. Mid to upper 70s will round us out through next mid-week and overnight temps finally back off to the mid to upper 50s, still slightly above average, but definitely much more bearable than the stifling current conditions. A few isolated rain chances are possible Monday and Tuesday before we really dry out by midweek as high pressure builds in.
Posted at 4:44 AM, Nov 05, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-05 04:44:00-05
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