An upper-level disturbance has cast a veil of clouds upon the region this afternoon, scooting to the east rather quickly but also producing only a couple of isolated sprinkles. The ground is remarkably dry, with dew point temps near zero, so precipitation chances are very low through the evening. Temps overnight will range from the lower 30s at the coast to mid 20 in interior south Georgia, where hard freeze warnings will be confined through tomorrow morning. Cloudiness will break around sunrise, and the afternoon should features more sun with occasional passing clouds. Highs will climb into the lower 60s. Another wave of activity in the upper atmosphere will develop in the Gulf of Mexico Sunday and move northeast, bringing extra clouds and some rain opportunities to the region very late Sunday and into Monday. We are monitoring the effects of another strong Arctic front Tuesday and its chances to cause precipitation around midweek.
Posted at 4:08 PM, Jan 24, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-24 16:08:00-05
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