TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Generally, a slightly quieter set up is in store today as the frontal system is farther to the west allowing for most of the showers and storms to stay out of the area. Late in the day, the Tri-State & Apalachicola River region could see a few of those showers and storms roll in, but again nothing is expected to turn severe today. The other story is going to be the impressive heat with record highs expected today around 80°. Expect New Years Eve to be the last oppressively warm day with upper 70s in store and more scattered showers. A few could linger towards midnight, so plan accordingly. By Friday, we get cooler with temps only in the low to mid 60s as winds shift from the northwest, but we will still see the soggy set up with on and off showers possible. A few showers and storms stick with us through the weekend as highs stay in the upper 50s. Overnight temps fall into the 40s and even 30s by early next week. Highs still stay seasonably cool in the low 60s as we begin to dry out.
Posted at 4:43 AM, Dec 30, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-30 04:43:00-05
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