TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- An upper level trough over the southeast will continue slowly shifting east bringing rain chances to south Georgia and the Florida Big Bend. An upper level ridge in the Gulf of Mexico is also still in place. These two upper level features help support scattered rain and thunderstorms for the start of the work week.
Tonight, a few stray showers may be possible, though most of us will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions. Lows fall to the lower and mid 70s once again.
Monday's rain chances peak in the afternoon at 60 percent. This means scattered rain and thunderstorms will be possible, though we are not expecting to see severe storms. Highs heat near 90 degrees with a southwest wind of 5 to 10 mph. Monday night's lows are back near 74 degrees with a small chance to see a stray shower.