TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - We're still expecting an active weather day for your Tuesday but we'll be quieting down and heating up soon hereafter. The stalled out frontal system that's been remaining stagnant over the region will finally be losing its characteristics and fading away yielding a weak high pressure system for your midweek. But for today, still expect some effects of the lingering boundary by seeing more afternoon and evening storms especially in our Florida counties. Because of the ample moisture once again, our temps remain near average, only topping off in the low 90s. Tonight, much of the same with some patchy fog spots and temps bottoming out above average in the mid 70s. On Wednesday, a weak ridge sets up allowing for a little more drier weather, but not completely. We still could see a few pop up storms in the afternoon, but they'll be much more limited in nature than we've seen for the last several days. Much more of us get in on ample sunshine which will bump up temps into the mid 90s, which is pretty hot for mid September. That trend only sticks around through Thursday. By Friday, another advancing cold front rushes into the Deep South and slows as it advances into our region giving the area higher than normal rain chances for the weekend and even early next week. Temps back off a bit in to the upper 80s and low 90s.
Posted at 4:16 AM, Sep 09, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-09 04:16:00-04
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