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Storm Team Wednesday morning forecast (12/02/2015)

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Posted at 4:36 AM, Dec 02, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-02 04:36:00-05

TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Dense fog advisories in effect til 9 am for visibility dropping to less than a 1/4 miles in many spots. Showers and storms are advancing into the Tri-State ahead of a cold front which will eventually bring in cooler, more seasonable air. Most folks will see on and off showers today after the fog lifts so keep the umbrellas handy. Temps stay springy starting in the upper 60s and getting to the mid 70s. After the front moves through late in the day, winds will turn from the northwest ushering in chillier, drier air. Temps overnight won't be too cold, only dipping to the low 50s. Tomorrow, highs struggle to get to the mid 60s and we'll see limited sunshine. High pressure builds in which will clear out the clouds and allow temps to drop overnight to start off Friday in the low to mid 40s. Mid 60s to around 70° highs are expected through the weekend with overnight temps in the 40s and it'll likely be breezy. A few showers are possible with our next approaching system by Monday. Temps remain seasonable in the low 70s.