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Storm Team Thursday morning forecast (09/18/2014)

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Posted at 4:28 AM, Sep 18, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-18 04:28:00-04

TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - As the cold front sags southward, we'll see more stable air make its way into the region and allow us to get in on mostly dry conditions today. We'll still be relatively hot underneath mostly sunny skies with temps climbing back into the low 90s. Rain chances remain quite minimal with perhaps one or two very sparse and short-lived showers for our eastern counties.  Conditions tonight cool comfortably under mostly clear skies into the upper 60s once again.  Heading into the end of the work week and weekend time frame, the northeasterly flow finally takes hold and we'll see temps only push into the mid and upper 80s.  We could see a little more rain on Friday as we get some winds coming off the Jacksonville coastline advancing a sea breeze from the Atlantic and sparking off some scattered showers, especially the farther east you are. Game day seems a little drier, but the possibility of a few tailgating showers still exist.  By Kick off, rain chances are much more limited. We slowly start to warm going into the end of the weekend and next week back near 90° but lows still stay comfortable underneath a ridge of high pressure in the mid to upper 60s. Another advancing cold front early next week will slightly increase rain chances, but it will also reinforce the milder air mass which will keep temps in check.