TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A quieter weather pattern ahead with no rain chances over the next seven day periods. Though, that doesn't mean we won't be impacted by large temperature fluctuations. A few dry cold fronts will sweep through significantly knocking temps down heading into the Valentine's Day weekend. Temps today will slowly but surely climb into the low 60s with the full sunshine on the back end of the wet system we head yesterday. However, it'll feel a bit cooler with a brisk wind out of the northwest up to 25 mph. Because of that we have Small Craft Advisories in effect for local waterways until 11 am with seas cresting up to eight feet high. Temps tonight will be chilly falling into the mid to upper 30s as the winds slack off and high pressure builds in. Temps tomorrow will rebound into the mid to upper 60s as flow temporarily turns off the Gulf. A cool start to Thursday with numbers near 40° before our last mild afternoon with temps in the mid 60s. A late day, dry cold front digs into the Deep South dropping our temps into Friday morning. Actual air temps will be in the upper 20s while a brisk breeze up to 25 mph will cause wind chill values heading out the door Friday to be in the low 20s to even upper teens! Chilly still for the weekend with temps below freezing to start off Valentine's Day. By the afternoon it'll be comfortable, but still slightly below average with temps in the low 60s. Another front moves in late in the evening dropping temps heading into Sunday morning. Lows near freezing are expected again. Highs won't scratch 50°. Back into the deep freeze heading back to work with temps in the upper 20s waking up and only getting to the upper 50s for highs.
Posted at 4:39 AM, Feb 10, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-10 04:39:00-05
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