TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Although Subtropical Storm Alberto has moved well away from the Big Bend and south Georgia, the outermost rain bands continue to bring rain and breezy winds to the area through the evening. As we head closer into the late hours of tonight, what's left of Alberto will move further from us. This means that our rain chances and winds will decrease...at least for the night. By tomorrow, another plume of moisture is expected to set up, bringing warmer and more moist air to us...of course this means rain chances remain elevated.
Tonight will be cloudy and mild with lows falling to the low 70s. The rain and thunderstorm chances decrease through the evening into the early morning hours.
Wednesday will be another grey day with a 50 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms in the area. Highs are expected to warm to the lower and mid 80s once again. Just like tonight, Wednesday night will be mild with a small, 20 percent chance of showers overnight. Lows fall to the low 70s.