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Monday evening First Alert forecast (01/01/2018)

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Posted at 4:00 PM, Jan 01, 2018
and last updated 2018-01-01 11:00:36-05

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the WTXL First Alert Weather Center ...

A gradual clearing trend is forecast for tonight; decreasing clouds will occur with decreasing temperatures influenced by Arctic air.  Freezing temperatures are likely to occur before midnight, espeically away from the beaches, with a total duration of sub-freezing readings of 6 to 14 hours.  A hard freeze is possible in the Suwannee Valley where warnings are in effect, with general freeze conditions probable elsewhere.  A slight breeze will cause wind-chill (feels like) temperatures in the teens early Tuesday morning, so Wind Chill Advisories are up.  Lows will range from near 30° at the coast to low 20s inland.  Highs tomorrow will rise into the 40s with occasional sunshine.  Tuesday night, an upper disturbance will generate a low-pressure system off the Florida coast, which may be capable to producing clouds and showers.  Temperatures will be cold enough for periods of frozen precipitation, especially for the Suwannee Valley and south-central and southeast Georgia.  Temperatures won't return to near average until the weekend at the soonest.