TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A very similar set up to what we saw on Wednesday. Temps start off steamy in the low to mid 70s with some patchy fog out there. By the afternoon, high pressure off the coastline will allow for relatively dry conditions with temps soaring into the mid 90s. But with temps getting that hot, and a sea breeze moving in from the coast, a few afternoon storms can't be ruled out especially the farther south and west you are in the area. Tomorrow, a front advances into the Deep South allowing for more scattered showers and storms starting near the tri-state region advancing towards the south and east throughout the day. Temps stay near average in the low 90s due to some more clouds sticking around. This weekend will be the hottest of the month as we dry out on the back end of the front and high pressure sets up. Temps will make it into the upper 90s with heat index values in the mid 100s. Keep the water bottle handy and stay safe this weekend.
Posted at 6:12 AM, Jul 24, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-24 06:12:00-04
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