TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The rainfall threat returns to the forecast as a warm front advances from the Gulf, springing up a few showers, especially farther to the north and west. Temps start cool in the upper 40s to low 50s; even slightly milder in the Suwannee Valley where temps are in the low 60s. By the afternoon, everyone consistently warms up into the upper 70s. Overnight, a few scattered, brief showers may stick with us, allowing for a mild set up with temps only in the mid 60s. Upper 70s on deck tomorrow, but the bigger weather story is going to be the sweeping cold front, causing widespread showers and storms mainly in the early afternoon through the evening. A couple isolated showers are possible by Friday morning for our eastern areas, but most folks will be completely dry as we head into the weekend. A brief shot of cold air greets us with temps barely getting out of the low 60s on Friday and there will be a cool, dry breeze too. Highs this weekend stay in the 60s while morning temps dip to the low to mid 30s are expected overnight for Saturday and Sunday with our first freeze of the season possible, despite it being nearly a month late to the game. Next week, we turn milder with temps cracking into the low 70s again.
Posted at 4:41 AM, Dec 16, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-16 04:41:00-05
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