TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The rainfall threat has pushed southeast and we're left with cooler, drier air in its place. It'll likely be relatively cloudy early in the day with a slow clearing trend, which will inhibit any significant warming this afternoon. Temps will start off in the low to mid 50s and will likely only get to the low to mid 60s. High pressure build in overnight allowing for a crisp start to Friday with temps diving to the low to mid 40s. Expect mid 60s for afternoon highs with generous sunshine. The weekend turns breezy as the high pressure system bumps up against the front that moved through during our midweek allowing for flow out of the northeast to increase. This will allow conditions to be milder with overnight temps ranging from the mid 40s to low 50s and afternoon highs will flirt with 70°. Next week, an upper level low pressure system moves in sparking a few showers Monday before it scoots off quickly. Temps remain seasonable in the low 50s for to start the day and get to around 70° in the afternoon.
Posted at 4:37 AM, Dec 03, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-03 04:37:00-05
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