TODAY A weak cold front will be pushing it's way through the Wiregrass region during the morning hours, dropping our morning temps a few degrees into the 40s. With sunshine in abundance today the afternoon highs will reach the mid to upper 50s even a few 60s near the panhandle. TONIGHT Those warm temperatures we experienced this morning will not continue for tonight, northerly winds of 10-15mph and clear skies will cool things back down to near freezing. Some of our northern counties will be near that 32 degree mark, minimal frost is expected due to moderate winds. SATURDAY Another beautiful afternoon with mostly sunny skies and temperatures climbing nicely towards that 60 degree mark. Winds begin to shift back to southerly as the next system begins to approach from the west, some increasing clouds in late evening and overnight expected. EXTENDED The conclusion to the weekend, Superbowl Sunday, is unfortunately not looking as good as Saturday's forecast. A cold front approaching from our west will threaten to bring rain showers to the region by the late afternoon. It will be warm however with high temperatures in the mid 60s. Rain chances increase into the overnight hours Sunday into Monday morning where the bulk of the rainfall is expected to occur. Monday afternoon will begin to see some clearing and cooler temperatures.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Friday - Winds Picking Up, Afternoon Sunshine Wind: N 15 kts. Seas: 4-6 ft. Bays: Moderate Chop UV: 5 Water Temp: 59°
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