A warm start to the New Year, chilly start to the first week

Showers and storms expected Sunday


Partly cloudy and warm today with above normal temperatures through the start of the New Year.  Near record highs with a slight chance of showers near and along I-75.  A cold front will move through Sunday with scattered showers, storms.

Thursday:  Partly cloudy and warm with near record highs continue with temperatures reaching the upper 70s to low 80s inland, 70s along our sandy shores.  Showers possible near and along I-75 for NE FL and SE GA, 10-20 percent.  Partly cloudy and mild overnight.

New Year’s Eve:  Patchy fog, some locally dense with wake up temperatures in the 60s area wide.  Partly cloudy with near record highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.  Wind SW 5-10 mph.  A mild evening perfect for fireworks and ringing in 2022.

Looking ahead:  Above normal temperatures continue through the start of the New Year.  A slight chance of showers for areas near and along I-75.  Sunday, a cold front brings breezy, chilly changes following scattered showers, storms some of which could become strong.

12pm 78

3pm 83

5pm 80

8pm 72

10pm 70

11pm 69

Sunrise:  7:23 am

Sunset:  5:36 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist