TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Another misty and foggy start with temps in the 50s. Late this morning, the fog will lift and mostly sunny skies will dominate most of Veterans Day. Expect temps to be much milder this afternoon because of more sunlight with high temps right around 80°. High pressure sticks around through tomorrow, allowing for some patchy fog again Thursday morning with temps in the mid 50s. Winds will turn off the Emerald Coast tomorrow ushering in slightly more moisture and warmth allowing low 80s to come back into the forecast. A dry, polar cold front scoots through late in the day which will significantly drop our temps to round out the week and head into the weekend. Temps dip into the upper 50s overnight before only getting to the low to mid 70s Friday afternoon. Overnight to Saturday will be chilly and breezy with lows in the mid 40s. Expect highs to not even get out of the 60s Saturday afternoon. Low 40s for the church-goers Sunday morning as an Arctic-based high pressure system sets up shop. Temps will get to right around 70° with moderation next week as temps get back to the mid 70s. No real rain maker makes its way back to the picture til next midweek.
Posted at 4:45 AM, Nov 11, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-11 04:45:00-05
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