TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - A pleasantly cool start to your Wednesday morning with temps bottoming out in the mid to upper 60s around the region. Once the strong late July sun comes up though, we'll quickly warm into the low 90s by the afternoon, but we'll hold onto the low humidity as the cold front continues to move southward allowing us to tap into a dominant high pressure system. Therefore, even though we'll have the summer-like heat, we'll have fall-like humidity making the temps much more bearable, just like we saw on Tuesday. Thursday morning, we'll see much of the same with comfortably cool temps in the morning down into the mid 60s, but as high pressure continues to drift towards the east coast, winds will turn more from the north and east allowing an Atlantic sea breeze to drift towards the region, so one or two showers can't be ruled out near the I-75 corridor. Afternoon temps stay near average in the low to mid 90s. By Friday, we return to very seasonable conditions with temps staying sticky in the mid 90s and a return of the afternoon and evening chance of storminess region-wide. This pattern persists through the weekend.
Posted at 4:20 AM, Jul 30, 2014
and last updated 2014-07-30 04:20:00-04
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