TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- An upper level ridge is still sitting over the western Atlantic Ocean and part of the southeast U.S. A cold frontal system is draped across much of the central U.S., but the ridge will cause the front to stall for several days before passing into south Georgia and north Florida.
Tonight, we'll have mainly clear conditions with a few passing clouds. Overnight lows fall to the upper 60s with a light east wind.
Monday is expected to be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 80s. Winds will become more southerly, which means we'll see more humid air return to the area. There is a small, 20 percent, chance of seeing an isolated shower, though most of us will remain dry. Monday night will stay partly cloudy with lows near 70 degrees.