Weather forecast for Charles’ Pinpoint – Sunday, October 24

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – High, thin clouds continued to move over parts of the region on Sunday morning with temperatures predominantly in the 1950s. These temperatures will rise into the 1970s by midday and peaks will reach the 80s with increasing cloudiness throughout the day. The risk of rain will remain very low (10%) and limited to the coast until sunset.

A low pressure trough in the western Gulf of Mexico is expected to move east through Sunday through Sunday evening, and help provide force to increase the chance of rain near and after dusk. The sky will be mostly cloudy with lows in the 60s – not as cool as the previous nights – and the risk of rain close to 40%.

Showers can still be a problem for the car ride on Monday. As the upper level trough passes with a cold front at the end of the day, the chances of rain will begin to decrease as another burst of drier air should move into the observation area and bring quiet weather Tuesday through early Wednesday.

Global models continue to agree on a full scale storm system to enter the eastern United States mid to weekend. The timing differences and exact setup remain unreliable as the models continued to struggle with details, but the odds are good for heavy rain with the potential for stronger thunderstorms. As of this update, the chance of rain will increase late Wednesday and last much of Thursday. There may be enough persistent low-level humidity on Friday to maintain the chance of rain, but that depends on the global model being considered.

It’s too early to be precise, but Halloween weekend can look like, well, Halloween. Saturday morning lows will be closer to 50 inland with highs near 70 with partly cloudy skies.

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Dale D. Schrum