After a foggy start, expect a warm, sunny Sunday. Visibilities this morning dipped below a quarter of a mile, prompting a dense fog advisory to warn of dangerous conditions primarily on the roads. As the temperatures climbed out of the fifties and sixties this morning, the fog began to dissipate and visibilities slowly improved.
  The temperatures today will be unseasonably warm, topping out in the low to mid 80's. Light winds out of the Southeast will range from five to ten miles per hour and allow for nearly uniform afternoon temperatures. The only exception will be along the immediate coastline, where afternoon temperatures will reach the upper 70's for highs.
   A weak, and generally dry cold front will sink into Southeat Georgia this evening, prompting a chance for an isolated shower or two near Waycross during the evening. That accounts for the only chances for rain in the region.
    For the Jaguars game- bring your sunglasses and short sleeves. Kickoff temperatures will be in the upper 70's and the game will be played in the low 80's. Expect sunny skies and light winds.
  Monday night a stronger cold front moves into the Southeast, prompting overnight chances for showers, building into 70% coverage of showers on Tuesday, Election Day.