Last blast of heat before huge weather changes.
We are starting out in the 60s but the cool morning will give way to one more day in the 80s.
Today is the last day to enjoy 80° temps. Next chance may have to wait until next year. December kicks off several weeks of below normal temps with first freeze potential next week.
Patchy to areas of locally dense fog have developed early this morning, mainly across interior southeast Georgia and the Suwannee Valley portions of inland northeast Florida. Visibilities of one quarter mile or less can be expected at times.
Today will be another warm one with a high near 82. Yesterday came 1 degree from tieing record of 84. Showers return this afternoon with the best coverage after 3 pm into the early evening. Rain will be spotty with a few thunderstorms that track back to the coast.
Skies cloud up with fog developing tonight. Low temperatures will be in the low 60s inland and the mid 60s near the coast.
We cool slightly this weekend and it brings an end to the sunny and dry weather.
Increasing rain Saturday as skies become increasingly cloudy with temps dipping into the mid 70s before rain ends Saturday night. Sunday showers and some storms are possible in the afternoon and especially overnight into Monday morning.
The chilly air arrives Monday with breezy NW winds. Temperatures in the 60s.
Highs will only be in the 50s to lower 60s Tuesday and Wednesday. Lows will drop into the 30s to the lower 40s near the coast Monday night and Tuesday night. Brisk winds will likely produce wind chill temps in the upper 20s and 30s. An interior north FLA and south Georgia freeze is possible Wednesday morning.