TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Another comfortable and unseasonably cool start to your last day of July. Temps bottoming out in the mid to upper 60s region-wide. Once the sun comes up, temps will quickly warm back into the mid 90s and it'll be a touch more humid as well as winds start to advance from the Atlantic coastline. This increase of moisture and westward push of the sea breeze from the First Coast could spark one or two isolated showers towards the I-75 corridor, but I'm not expecting much more than that today. Western zones will still stay completely dry with just some clouds starting to dot the sky by the afternoon. Tonight, it's back into the upper 60s with a few clouds lingering as I expect a little more humidity tonight. A shortwave of energy advancing from the Mississippi River Valley could spark some more shower activity on Friday, but it still looks only like a 30% coverage thus far. Temps staying hot int he mid 90s once again. By the weekend, expect more of a typical summer pattern to return with temps in the low 90s and scattered showers around the Big Bend and South Georgia. By early next week, a surface high pressure system should set up on the open Gulf waters slowly starting to limit the rain chances once again.
Posted at 4:35 AM, Jul 31, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-31 04:35:00-04
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