TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- An area of low pressure is moving eastward through the Gulf of Mexico toward Florida's panhandle. This low pressure has is responsible for the shower activity and overcast skies seen Wednesday, lingering through Friday morning.
Temperatures will not warm much under overcast skies. Inland areas will likely stay in the mid and upper 40s, while coastal counties reach near 50 degrees. Winds out of the northeast may gust over 10 mph at times, making it feel chilly under intermittent rain. Light rain lingers until dawn primarily along and east of Sylvester and Monticello.
Conditions will start cloudy on Friday with a chance for patchy morning rain, before becoming dry and sunny in the afternoon. As high pressure builds back in, Friday night through Saturday will stay warm and sunny, with highs climbing to the upper 50s and lower 60s.
A round of rain will return Sunday night through Monday as a cold front pushes through the region. Conditions will be cloudy with on and off light rain on Monday. Temperatures will only warm up to near 50 degrees for most of the area. Once the front pushes south of the area, temperatures will fall to the 30s overnight. Mostly sunny skies on Tuesday with daytime highs staying in the mid to upper 40s.