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Storm Team Wednesday morning forecast (08/27/2014)

Posted at 4:07 AM, Aug 27, 2014
and last updated 2014-08-27 04:07:00-04

TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - We're continuing this pretty persistent forecast of temps dipping of cool overnight temps and warm daytime highs.  As Cristobal moves northward, the moisture content goes with it and we're stuck with a high pressure system that is keeping us relatively dry. Because of that, there's no rain threats today and tomorrow.  This isn't great news considering we're on deck for the driest summer on record officially at Tallahassee Regional Airport. Lows today start off cool near 70° while afternoon highs will still be toasty, but not unbearable in the mid 90s.  Similar conditions expected on Thursday.  By Friday, winds turn off the Gulf and we usher in some more moisture to see some sea breeze-induced storms. Average rain chances persist through your Labor Day weekend with afternoon popcorn showers and storms expected.  Temps remain seasonable in the low 90s while lows dip in the low 70s.