TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - One last mild to warm day before temps plunge as an impending cold front moves through the region. Patchy fog can be expected heading out the door. It won't be as widespread as past days, but will still impact your morning drive. Temps will be mild in the mid to upper 50s before spiking this afternoon to the low 80s underneath bright, sunny skies. The cold front could spring, literally, one or two isolated showers for our western areas, but that's it. What will really be felt is the significant temperature shift. 50s again tomorrow morning, but afternoon temps will only be in the low 70s. This weekend, highs won't get out of the 60s while morning lows will be crisp dipping well into the 40s, making it the chilliest air of the season thus far. We'll begin to moderate next week as winds start to turn off the Atlantic shore, ushering in a bit more moisture. Temps will be in the low 50s out the door Monday morning with highs cracking the low 70s. Mid to upper 70s can be expected midweek with a few isolated storms ahead of our next cold front.
Posted at 4:43 AM, Nov 12, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-12 04:43:00-05
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