It’s been somewhat dry in Tallahassee for the beginning of the work week, but that will likely change starting Wednesday.
A upper trough is expected to move towards the east and help make the atmosphere a little more unstable. Moisture aloft will also increase. The surface ridge axis remains to the south, which will bring more of a southwesterly flow.
Rain chances will likely be at 60 percent or better. The SREF ensemble mean has rain chances in Tallahassee around that mark, but higher in other places in the panhandle and peninsula.
With the likely rainfall, temps may not be as high as the last few days (upper 80s to near 90).
High rain chances will likely continue on Thursday and Friday.