TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Rain chances increase again today so get ready for sporadic showers and a few thunderstorms to end your work week. Temps starting off slightly cooler than we've seen all week in the mid to upper 60s, courtesy of the fact that yesterday, we didn't get as warm as we've gotten all week long either. Patchy fog heading out the door with rain chances increasing for your morning commute. If you have the windshield wipers on, make sure you have the headlights on as well. Temps will climb into the upper 70s, with some peeks of sunshine possible in the afternoon. But, overall the day will be wet courtesy of a stalled out frontal system draped over the region keeping us in this unsettled pattern. Tomorrow, spotty storms are possible, especially in the afternoon and evening, but there will be plenty of dry periods as well with more sunshine. This will warm us back into the mid 80s. A sweeping line of rain and storms move back into the picture on Sunday with temps near 80° for a high. This will be the last solid line we'll have to worry about before high pressure builds in and clears our skies considerably. Monday, an isolated shower or two are possible, but most folks will stay dry, though it'll still be muggy in the mid to upper 80s. Winds shift out of the north ushering in cooler air for Tuesday with highs falling to near 80° for a high. Lows dip into the mid 50s to around 60° for your midweek, making it more comfortable.