Sunny skies and mild temperatures turn cool Monday evening. After topping out in the low 70s during the afternoon hours, the clear skies overnight contributed to rapid cooling once the sun went down. Temperatures fell into the upper 40s and low 50s early Tuesday morning.
Potential for overnight fog is limited due to increasing clouds, initially across southeast Georgia. A few forecast models show small pre-frontal showers overnight near Waycross and Valdosta, but most forecast models keep us dry until later on Tuesday night and into Wednesday.
Tuesday morning starts out in the upper 40s and low 50s, and under partyl cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, with increasing clouds, temperatures warm into a wide range, depending on the area. Across southeast Georgia, showers will move in under mostly cloudy skies, holding temperatures in the 50s all day. Around the Florida Georgia state line, expect partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, few chances for showers, and temperatures in the mid 60s. Further south, near Gainesville to St Augustine, sunnier skies lead to low to mid 70s for afternoon highs.