TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- The stationary front that was draped over the Big bend and south Georgia these last few days has pushed away from us, and should continue to weaken over the next day. A high pressure has formed new the West Virginia, and is helping our winds come out of the northeast. This high pressure will not stay for too long as a potent cold front is expected to trek across much of the county and reach us by mid-week. This cold front will bring rain to us Wednesday and Thursday with much cooler temperatures by the end of the week.
As for tonight, overnight lows are expected to fall to the lower and mid 50s for much of the region. Winds will be light from the east. There is a chance that we'll see patchy and dense fog beginning to form and last until Monday morning.
Monday will begin the work week with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 70s. Winds continue to remain light, about 5 mph from the east. Rain is not expected during the day. Lows for Monday night will dip back into the mid 50s with partly cloudy skies and calm winds.
Tuesday looks to be similar to Monday, but with cloudier skies. Highs are still expected to be unseasonably warm, in the mid to upper 70s. Mid-week is when our weather pattern begins to change. As previously mentioned, there's a cold front that's expected to sweep over us. We'll see a day or two of rain, followed by dry but cool weather...highs are forecast to be in the mid 50s for the end of the work week.