Conditions stay humid throughout the day and we approach the 80 degree mark in the afternoon once again. Because there are winds off the Gulf and an approaching frontal system (which is moving very slowly in our direction) there is a 20% chance of rain, though it will be sporadic at best. Similar conditions persist on Tuesday with dense fog early, mid 70s in the afternoon and then threat of an isolated shower during the day. Wednesday, we uptick the rain chances to 30% and more ample cloud cover hinders our temperatures to only the low 70s--though this is still well above average for this time of year. Conditions return to near average on Thursday with the front moving into our area. We will only get into the mid 60s in the afternoon and during the day there is the chance of scattered rain showers. Similar conditions are expected on Friday except our afternoon high will only get to 60 degrees! Saturday, rain chances taper off as the front moves east of the Big Bend and South Georgia and temperatures return near normal in the low 60s. Sunday we will reach the mid 60s.
Posted at 12:02 PM, Jan 14, 2013
and last updated 2013-01-14 12:02:00-05
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