TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- With the exception of a few afternoon showers and thunderstorms, this weekend proved to be relatively quiet. A lot of that can be attributed to a high pressure that is still sitting directly north of us. This high has been helping to bring in our northeast and easterly winds all weekend. In addition, there is an upper level low that if forecast to slide eastward from the central Gulf Coast to the Panhandle of Florida. This upper level low pressure will bring humid air to the area, which means that our rain chances are not yet out of the forecast for Monday.
Tonight will be a quiet one with mostly clear skies and a light north wind. Overnight lows fall to the upper 60s and lower 70s throughout. Rain chances really drop off after sunset, leaving tonight dry.
Monday will be another day where we start with mostly sunny skies but see partly cloudy conditions in the afternoon. There is a small, less than 20 percent, chance of rain through the day, much like we saw Sunday. Monday's highs warm into the upper 80s. Overnight lows fall to the upper 60s with rain chances decreasing after sunset yet again.