TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A lot quieter start this morning than we saw yesterday. Winds have really subsided which is allowing those temps to drop into the 30s. Plenty of sunshine and a flow beginning to turn off the Gulf will boost the mercury into the mid to upper 60s this afternoon. High pressure overhead yielding another cool night with temps dipping into the upper 30s. Thursday looks to be the last comfortably mild day with temps bumping upward into the mid 60s. A polar cold front will pass late in the day and seriously drop temps heading into the end of the work week, though there will be no rain with that frontal system. Lows Friday morning will be in the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens as winds begin to pick up as high pressure builds in. Highs will only get into the low 50s despite full sunshine. Valentine's Day starts off cool with temps below freezing. But by the afternoon full sunshine and the flow lessening out of the north should allow temps to bump into the mid 60s before another vigorous cold front greets the Deep South and brings another surge of cold air. Mid 30s in store by Sunday morning and the end of the weekend will hold temps only in the low to mid 50s. Monday looks chill as well with a newly set-up high pressure overhead. Temps start off in the 20s with afternoon highs barely scraping 60°. Tuesday we begin to moderate with some late day showers possible and highs climbing into the upper 60s once again.
Posted at 4:42 AM, Feb 11, 2015
and last updated 2015-02-11 04:42:00-05
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