TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Another day of near seasonal highs and scattered afternoon rain finished the weekend. There is an area of low pressure just off the east coast of Florida and Georgia that is helping to enforce our northeasterly winds. This is also where our scattered showers have some from. As we start our next work week, this low pressure should begin to slowly push northward, but may bring in a few rain showers Monday afternoon.
Tonight, lows stay mild, only dropping to the lower and mid 70s with a light northeast wind. Much like last night, some clouds may linger around, calling for partly cloudy conditions.
Monday starts with some areas of sunnier skies, but by the afternoon, we'll see partly cloudy to partly sunny conditions. Highs are forecast to heat to the upper 80s with a northeast wind. There is a small, less than 20 percent chance of picking up an isolated rain shower. Monday night will be a repeat of tonight with lows falling near the mid 70s under partly cloudy skies.