TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Another day, another foggy start. Patchy fog keeping temps mild again this morning in the mid 60s. Rainfall threat is very, very limited this afternoon, with the summery heat remaining the main story. Many places inland will push the 90° mark again after topping off officially at Tallahassee Airport at 91° Wednesday afternoon, tying the record high temp set back in 1967. Changes are coming to the weather pattern heading into the end of the work week. Temps are hot once again nearing 90° Friday afternoon, but into the evening time frame, a cold front digs into the Deep South causing for some scattered storms, especially for our north and western counties. Some of these storms could be on the strong side, though it looks like the target area for the heaviest storms will be well to the northwest of our area. This increase in clouds and storminess will allow for temps to come down to the low 80s for highs for the weekend, and we keep the scattered storm threat up, especially during the PM hours for Saturday and Sunday. Even next work week, expect scattered storms with temps back in the mid 80s. Overnight lows will consistently be in the mid 60s.
Posted at 4:31 AM, Apr 09, 2015
and last updated 2015-04-09 04:31:00-04
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