TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Expect a chilly start to Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day, with morning temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Most spots won't even warm to the 50s until generally the 9 or 10:00 hour. Afternoon highs will warm to the lower and mid 60s under mostly clear skies.
With a front starting to push in from the west on Friday, moisture will start moving in ahead of it. Expect morning lows to be in the 50s with highs approaching 70 degrees. Isolated showers and storms are possible with an approaching front, with 30% coverage anticipated for the afternoon and evening. The brunt of the rain will likely hold on until overnight on Friday.
The wet weather may continue into Saturday morning as the front continues to push through the region. The rain may linger into the early afternoon, though there is still some uncertainty there. Depending on how fast the front moves out, rain could start to clear out as early as noon. Expect lows near 60 degrees with highs near 70 degrees under mostly cloudy skies.
On Sunday a new frontal system will approach from the west, though only a few showers are possible at this time (20-30% coverage). Morning lows are forecast to be in the 50s with highs in the lower 70s.
The daily tropics check is quiet. No active tropical cyclone exists in the Atlantic Ocean. No tropical cyclone is expected to develop in the next five days across the entire basin.
Remember, the official end of Hurricane Season is November 20th. While storms can still form outside of the boundary of Hurricane Season, the chances for formation are much lower.