Make it a 3-peat (3 days in a row) with record heat
The heat streak will end suddenly Thursday night as a cold front swings through
Thursday starts off with the continuing potential for fog. Expect mostly cloudy skies otherwise and warm temperatures climbing into the mid 80s. Expect southwesterly winds between 12-17 mph. Showers and a few thunderstorms move into Southeastern Georgia during the afternoon and early evening hours. Those showers should cross the state line and push southward between 7-10 pm. In Northeastern Florida, rain chances peak between midnight and 3a.m.
Tuesday - Record high 85° then on Wednesday - Record tying high of 84° and now for Thursday? Another record tying high of 85°?
Friday we will wake up to a mini-nor’easter, cloudy, breezy, chilly with a few showers. Yep, some showers on Valentine’s Day, especially to the south of the state line. By the mid morning hours we will be drying out, and later some clearing with much chillier air moving through behind the rain. There could be a few coastal showers during the afternoon hours as Coastal winds sweep across the area. Temperatures start out in the chilly mid 50s and barely budge but may reach the low 60s by the evening.
The weekend will be partly cloudy and cool. On Saturday we wake up in the chilly low 40s and barely warm into the cool mid 60s during the afternoon.
Sunday starts out in the low 50s and warms up into the low 70s under mostly cloudy skies. We have a 30% chance to see an isolated shower or two.
The mild weather is back for the work week, Monday we hit 73°, Tuesday we top out in the low 80s, and Wednesday we will warm up into the upper 70s.
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