TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - One last mild afternoon shaping up before a cold front passes and conditions turn a lot colder. Highs today climbing to around seasonal levels in the mid to upper 60s. Overnight the winds will whip up out of the northwest ushering in that cool air. Expect lows to dip into the upper 20s with wind chills in the low 20s to upper teens. High pressure settles into the Deep South and that will cause Friday temps to stay cool all day long with temps only climbing into the low and mid 50s. Another cold one heading into Valentine's weekend with upper 20s in store for Saturday morning again. By the afternoon it'll be more comfortable with temps in the mid 60s. That trend doesn't last long though. Temps into Sunday morning dip down towards the freezing mark as another dry cold front sweeps through. Highs after church on Sunday will only be in the low 50s. Cold to start the work week as well with temps in the upper 20s again. By the afternoon highs will be around 60° and warmer still heading into Tuesday with temps climbing into the upper 60s. Expect a few showers as our next front approaches. More rain expected midweek as temps cool off again to the 50s for highs. So the takeaway message with the forecast is, despite a few mild days, the trend will be well below average for temps.
Posted at 7:48 AM, Feb 12, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-12 07:48:00-05
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