TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The only weather hiccup this morning is some isolated dense foggy spots, mainly impacting the Tri-state. Winds shifting off the First Coast will stream in a little more moisture into the region today, so we could see a few isolated storms especially closer to the Suwannee River Valley today. Besides that, we should see more sunshine than we saw on Tuesday. This will boost temps back into the upper 80s in the afternoon with a few spots skimming the 90° mark. Tonight, we hold onto some humidity, so temps will only be able to drop into the upper 60s. Expect a similar trend tomorrow ahead of another cold front digging into the Gulf states. Widespread rainfall is expected as we head into Friday afternoon and evening, so it may be kind of sloppy for Downtown Get Down and high school football. Temps will be muggy in the mid 80s before the rains move in. Another half inch to three quarters of an inch of rain is possible before the front clears early Saturday morning. On the back end of this robust front, expect a major shift in temperatures. Lows will bottom out in the low 50s starting Sunday morning and for early next work week. Highs barely get into the low 80s as skies clear on out.
Posted at 4:31 AM, Oct 01, 2014
and last updated 2014-10-01 00:44:21-04
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