MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- Chilly temperatures were experienced across North Florida and South Georgia Saturday morning. High pressure drawing in clear skies and cooler winds from the northeast allowed the mercury to drop and a similar, and likely cooler, trend is expected Saturday night into Sunday morning.
With a similar influence of cooler air moving in from the northeast Saturday night into Sunday, temperatures may fall even further, with lower 40s expected for South Georgia and lower to mid 40s for North Florida. Even coastal areas will likely see mid 40s. The high pressure system responsible for the cool snap will keep us clear for Sunday afternoon, which can help raise temps to around 70 degrees or more.
Venturing into Monday, the high will push east, drawing in more warmth from the Atlantic, with lows rising back to the mid 50s and highs in the 70s. It will continue to warm up through midweek, until a cold front pushes through likely around Wednesday through Thursday. It is still far out, but rain coverage will likely jump significantly by then.