TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Big weather changes are coming this week. Until then, we still have one last day of persistent warmth with lows this morning in the 50s before soaring to above 80° for fifth day in a row. A sweeping cold front advances along the Gulf shore which could spark an isolated shower or two ahead of its arrival tomorrow. Expect scattered to widespread rainfall with a few embedded thunderstorms. A half of an inch to an inch of rain is possible. Temps will still be warm in the mid to upper 70s ahead of the main line, which should begin to move through in the early afternoon. That will move east of our region by early Thursday ushering in the cool air. Temps fall into the low 50s to start Thursday and only get to the mid 60s for highs in the afternoon. Expect even chillier air to start off Friday, with lows in the mid 40s and highs still mild only in the upper 60s. We start to moderate heading into the weekend, but conditions turn breezy as well. Upper 40s for Saturday morning with afternoon temps around 70°. Low 50s to low 70s round out the forecast through early next work week.
Posted at 4:37 AM, Dec 01, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-01 04:37:00-05
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