TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- An approaching cold front is expected to pass overhead early Monday morning. As it's doing so, we'll see rain and thunderstorms beginning overnight and last through the afternoon hours.
Tonight will be cloudy with rain chances increasing into the overnight hours. There is about a 50 percent rain coverage, with our western communities having a chance to see stronger thunderstorms. Overnight lows will be felt early tonight, mainly dipping to the upper 50s. Warm air from the Gulf continues to funnel in ahead of the front, allowing for temperatures to increase overnight.
Monday morning will be cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain continuing, though strong and severe thunderstorms are not expected past the morning hours. Temperatures will be steadily falling all day, from the mid and upper 60s in the morning, to the mid 50s by lunchtime. Winds become northwesterly after the front passes, and may be breezy at times, about 5 to 15 mph. The rain chances are expected to subside by the evening hours.
Monday night is forecast to be cold as lows fall to the mid and upper 30s. Skies will be clearing from the afternoon cloud cover, and winds will relax. Rain is not expected Monday night.