We’ll work the last batch of clouds and fog through the region this morning. Everyone will be mostly sunny this afternoon as dry air takes over. Highs from the coast to South Georgia will be in the low 70s. Clouds tonight will be very thin and the wind will be calm, that sets the stage for a chilly start to Thanksgiving, lows will be in the low 40s by sunrise. A weak warming ridge in the upper levels of the atmosphere will briefly build in Thursday and Friday, highs will stretch into the middle 70s. Another weak disturbance races toward us for Saturday, we see more clouds than anything else out of it. We’ll also get a taste of cooler air; highs this weekend won’t get out of the 60s. The Seminoles and Gators kick off at 3:30; game time temps will start in the mid 60s and fall into the low 60s by the end of the game. Rather quiet weather stretches into Monday before our next rain maker arrives Tuesday or Wednesday.
Travel safe and have a great Wednesday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker