FRIDAY NIGHT Break out the sweaters tonight! With the passage of the front earlier today, cooler air has been rushing in and it will be here to stay for a couple of days. Winds will gradually be dying down throughout the night from gusts near 20 mph to around 5 mph out of the north. Overnight lows will very close to 40. Some areas around the Wiregrass can expect to see upper 30s for lows. We will be staying dry. SATURDAY A chilly start to the morning will lead to a crisp afternoon. Mostly sunny conditions with some high and mid level clouds thrown in can be expected. Afternoon highs will manage only 60° tomorrow for most spots. Winds will continue to come in from the north at 5-10 mph. Staying dry as well. SATURDAY NIGHT Another cold night will be in store. Overnight lows will once again dip into the upper 30s and low 40s. Skies will be mostly clear and winds will still be north at 5 mph. Rain: 0% EXTENDED We will see a gradual warm up moving into Sunday afternoon with highs finally getting back into the mid 60s. Sunday night we will avoid seeing lows near 40 and then the real warm up will begin heading into the work week. We can very easily see highs Monday into the mid 70s, but we will also begin seeing an increase of rain chances due to an approaching short wave trough.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Saturday - Rip Current Risk: Moderate Wind: NW 10-15 kts Seas: 2-3 ft Bays: Light to Mod Chop UV: 7 Water Temp: 70°
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