Saturday started out cool in the mid 50s to low 60s with patchy fog. The fog reduced visibilities down to half a mile in some cases, especially across Southeastern Georgia. Shortly after sunrise, temperatures warmed up, the fog dissipated, and blue skies prevailed.
Temperatures entered the 70s by the noon hour, as chances for rain increased across Southeast Georgia. Those chances for rain gradually push South, into Northeastern Florida by the evening hours. Chances for rain Saturday were 50%. Most of the showers were light in nature, and continued overnight as a cold front behind the showers finally pushes through early Sunday morning.
Sunday morning started in the low 50s and failed to warm up -- with anticipated highs only around 58°. Brisk winds out of the NE built up to 25 mph, with gusts of up to 35 mph. The wind prompted 6-9' seas, a high risk for rip currents, and put our coastal areas under a high surf advisory. The high winds also make for a high fire danger- particularly across Southeast Georgia, where the driest air is present.
Sunday evening, temperatures continue to fall bringing overnight lows into the mid to upper 30s. That makes for a brutally cold start Monday, with not much of a warm up on the way Monday- only heading into the mid 60's during the afternoon.
Inland Southeastern Georgia is under a freeze watch early Monday morning, as their temps dip down to 30° - 32°. Expect light frost over inland Southeastern Georgia as well. Coastal Southeast Georgia will see temperatures between 38° and 44°. Inland Northeastern Florida will see temperatures Monday morning ranging from 36° to 39°. Coastal Northeastern Florida will see temperatures in the mid 40's to upper 40's.