Windy and cool conditions are in the works tonight but then come the freezes.
Skies have cleared inland but the overcast is holding firm along the beaches and near Jacksonville. The stiff NE winds keep skies mostly cloudy tonight with temps in the 40s overnight.
Friday will have only a slight chance of rain around 20-30% with the approach of a cold front. Temps will continue to stay cool in the low to middle 50s in Georgia and near 60° from Jacksonville to the coast.
A freeze watch is issued for Georgia and areas west of the St. Johns River in Florida for tomorrow night.
A light freeze sets up Saturday morning for areas mainly west of the St. Johns River and across southern Georgia where temps could fall into the upper 20s/lower 30s.
Beaches will stay in the mid 30s by sunrise Saturday with wind chills in the upper teens/lower 20s.
The weekend will be sunny and breezy with highs only in the 40s Saturday and a colder hard freeze Sunday down into the mid 20s.