TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- It’s a cold start to the week. Cold, dry air will be the main feature of the forecast with some small changes each day. After a cold start with temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s, Monday will be sunny with cooler-than-average temperatures. Daytime highs will peak near 60 degrees. High pressure is situated to the northeast of the area. This will bring winds in from the northeast on Monday and east on Tuesday. This shift in the wind will allow a slight warmup.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- January 1 usually marks a clean slate for the new year. However, dry conditions leave drought conditions throughout the southeast. The drought monitor above shows most of the Big Bend and South Georgia under a moderate drought (shaded in light brown.) The rest of the Big Bend is under abnormally dry conditions. The lack of rainfall doesn’t come as a surprise. Most of the region fell behind in rainfall totals for the year.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- A cold front moved through North Florida and South Georgia on New Year’s Eve, and it will continue to push through the rest of the Florida Peninsula. Now, cold and dry air overhead will bring some of the coldest weather of the season. A blast of arctic air is over much of the U.S. The center of that area of high pressure will continue to push south through the Southeast U.S. this week.
Winter weather advisories are cancelled through the entire viewing area. Wind chill advisory remains through 1 PM and overnight through Thursday morning. Wind chills in the teens possible. https://t.co/4lIDAlFauA
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Winter weather advisory:counties in white. Some light snow is possible overnight into Wed morning, but the highest chance of that will be NW & W of the WCTV coverage area. Use caution on bridges and overpasses. Not much accumulation expected (~1" or less) https://t.co/0azYcUpLDY
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