TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - You'll immediately notice today is quite drier than the beginning of this work week. Expect fewer storms throughout the day, with only a few isolated storms boiling up this afternoon and evening. We start the morning off cooler as well, though we're still holding onto a little leftover moisture, especially the farther east you go where we're seeing some isolated areas of dense foggy spots. Once the sun comes up, conditions heat up quickly into the low 90s by the afternoon. Tonight, temps cool off quickly in the drier air mass settling in, down into the upper 60s by Thursday morning. A similar set up is expected on Thursday, with even fewer storms possible. This is all because a frontal system continues to drift to the south of us allowing us to continue to feel the effects of a high pressure system setting up shop. Into the weekend, highs will struggle to get into the upper 80s, and most folks will stay dry. Early next week, we slowly start to see the rain chances increase as another reinforcing cold front digs into the Deep South.
Posted at 4:17 AM, Sep 17, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-17 04:17:00-04
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