A cold front is pushing into the Big Bend and south Georgia zones, carrying cloudiness and pockets of showers and brief heavier rain. The front will keep moving east to southeast and should advance far enough over the next 12 hours to allow partial clearing for Tuesday and a modest drop in temperatures and moisture. The east wind will tend to keep a certain level of moisture and scattered clouds flowing into the area, so it’s not likely to be entirely sunny. A slight chance for an Atlantic shower also exists, especially for eastern counties through midweek. Temperatures for lows will reach the 50° mark overnight, and tomorrow’s highs rebound to near 70°.
Posted at 3:07 PM, Nov 18, 2013
and last updated 2013-11-18 15:07:00-05
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