TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - One last steamy, storm-filled day before we start to see some of the effects of a cold front moving past the region. Temps this morning are muggy in the mid 70s with some leftover storms along the coast and Suwannee River Valley courtesy of a stalled out front beginning to fizzle out. A cold front will quickly advance upon the region allowing for more showers and storms as we head into the afternoon and evening. Some of these storms could have heavy downpours and frequent lightning. Temps will remain sticky in the upper 80s with high humidity. Late tonight, winds will shift more from the northwest allowing cooler air to invade the region. Temps will bottom out in the low 70s though we could still hold onto a couple leftover showers. Wednesday will be a transition day in which we'll see more sunshine with a little humidity which will keep temps above average in the low 90s. As the air gets more stable as a high pressure system builds in from the north, we'll finally see those temps level off back into the mid to upper 80s. Rain chances will remain very limited, however an isolated shower can't be ruled out closer to the I-75 corridor. Conditions remain comfortable and relatively dry through the weekend.
Posted at 4:27 AM, Sep 16, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-16 04:27:00-04
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