TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Rain chances finally return to the region today as a frontal system digs into the Deep South. There's not a lot of moisture in the atmosphere to work with so rain chances will be limited with only about 30% of us will see the rainfall. Those who do get the rain will only get less than a quarter of an inch, so it's definitely not a drought-buster. But it's something! We've gone two straight weeks without any rain which is the longest dry streak since January 2013! Highs climb into the mid 80s this afternoon and we'll remain muggy as the front is right over us tonight only bottoming out near 60°. But everyone gets in on the cooler weather after today. Highs getting into the upper 70s for Thursday and Halloween. Trick-or-treating will be dry but a little on the cool side in the 60s throughout the spooky evening. Lows by Saturday morning will be downright cold in the mid 40s. Highs barely scrape 70° this weekend. We'll see plenty of sunshine though making it a pleasantly cool fall weekend.
Posted at 4:27 AM, Oct 29, 2014
and last updated 2019-05-22 18:07:01-04
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