TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Mostly cloudy skies will be more apparent each day this week as a warmer, active pattern sets up. A stalled frontal system will help keep the area unsettled for the early part of the week, keeping rain chances prominent.After sunset tonight, low level clouds and fog will likely develop. Overnight lows will fall to the lower 60s.
Wednesday, a cold front will pass the region, bringing an increased chance for storms. Rain will likely start in the morning, continuing on and off into the evening hours. The rain will end from West to East Wednesday evening, so areas near the Suwannee Valley can expect to see rain lingering past sunset. Expect mostly cloudy conditions throughout the day, with temperatures reaching the mid 70s again before dropping to upper 50s overnight.
Thursday through Saturday, daytime highs will still reach the mid 70s with a low end chance for afternoon showers each day.
A cold front will slowly pass the area Christmas weekend, bringing rain and mostly cloudy conditions Sunday and Monday. Rain will likely end late on Christmas Day and temperatures will begin to cool. High are forecast to reach upper 60s on Sunday and upper 50s at the start of next week. Overnight lows to start falling to the upper 30s Monday night.