Charles’s morning accurate weather forecast


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – It’s another cold morning across the viewing area. Temperatures ranged from the upper 30s to the mid-1940s starting at 5 a.m. We will see these temperatures hover around current levels until sunrise and climb into the 60s by noon. Highs will reach nearly 70 in the mid-70s in most places with a second day of sunny skies.

The high pressures will keep our weather in check for the first half of the week, keeping temperatures cold again for Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. The low will drop back to near 40s through the mid-1940s in our interior regions on Tuesday, but will warm up through the mid-1940s on Wednesday morning. The days of peak disturbance will be in the mid-1970s.

That same high is expected to slide northeastward later Wednesday and shift the wind from the northeast to the southeast. This change in wind will bring humidity back to the area, increasing low temperatures from Thursday morning. Chances of rain will increase from Thursday before a cold front is expected to approach the eastern United States. The risk of rain and thunderstorms will be higher from Friday to Friday evening. With guide patterns pushing the front a bit later than previous races, there is a low risk of a few early morning showers on Saturday followed by a clearing and cooler weather once again. The highs will be in the 70s this weekend with Saturday morning lows in the 50s and 40s Sunday morning.

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Dale D. Schrum