TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- The overcast conditions we had on Sunday will remain in place through the start of our next work week. A warm front continues to push northward over the Florida Peninsula, though it is forecast to weaken as we move into Monday. To our west, a cold front slides toward the east, though it is not expected to change our temperatures as it nears.
Tonight remains cloudy with a stray shower possible. Overnight lows will not be as chilly as they have been. Most of the region will see temperatures fall to the lower and mid 60s.
Monday stays mainly cloudy with highs near 80 degrees. Winds will be from the south pulling in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, which will help support more wet weather. There is a 40 percent chance of scattered rain and thunderstorms. Monday night has lows in the mid 60s with ample cloud cover. A few showers may be possible heading into Tuesday morning.