Say goodbye (for now) to near-record highs

The warm weather we have been experiencing this past week will disappear from our area today as a wet cold front moves into the country from the northwest.

We can expect scattered showers to severe storms for most of Southeast Georgia and NE Florida after lunch. There is the potential for an isolated strong storm that could produce wind gusts of up to 50 km/h and small hail. Highs will reach the upper 80s, with WSE winds of 25 to 30 km/h.

Major temperature changes will follow Monday afternoon’s rain as we will barely reach the 70s as the highs in NE Florida will likely be in the mid 70s for SE Georgia. Clear skies will develop Monday evening and temperatures will once again rise toward 80 degrees Fahrenheit by Wednesday.

Hazards: Foggy conditions along the I-75 corridor should clear by 9 a.m. Moderate rip current risk.

Sunrise: 6:52 am

Sunset: 7:58 PM

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