TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - We keep the unsettled pattern around and tick our temps down heading into the rest of the work week. The front has passed late yesterday and you'll definitely feel it when it comes to your afternoon temps. Yesterday, we got to the low 70s, today, we won't get out of the 50s. At least we're not dealing with overnight Arctic-like temps in the 20s like we saw to end last work week. Scattered showers are likely early on, especially for our Georgia communities. We have a break in the showers later on today and early on Wednesday but by tomorrow afternoon, a Gulf-based low pressure system moves into the region and causes widespread heavy downpours including a few coastal storms. Nothing severe is expected. Temps will be cool still in the upper 50s and low 60s for highs. That system will pass by the predawn hours on Thursday and by the time all is said and done, an inch or two of rain could come down. High pressure sets up heading into the weekend which will clear our skies, but still initially keep us cool. Lows dip into the 30s for Friday and Saturday and highs will be slow to climb, only reaching the low 60s. By Sunday we could see a few isolated showers as a Gulf flow returns but that'll boost temps into the low 70s and even mid 70s are expected heading into the first week of March.
Posted at 4:41 AM, Feb 24, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-24 04:41:00-05
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