MIDWAY, Fl. (WTXL) -- No more rain for the short term as low pressure rapidly pushes northeast into the Atlantic. Drier and colder air is moving in from the north and high pressure will be the dominating factor for the local weather for the next two days.
Expect overnight lows into Monday morning to dip into the mid 30's all across the region with some lower 30's in southwest Georgia. Afternoon highs will rise to the lower to mid 50s for Martin Luther King Jr. Day with sunny skies and breezy conditions. Rain coverage is at zero percent. A freeze is more likely for late Monday night and Tuesday night, with lows dropping back below freezing for the region. With these likelihoods, the National Weather Service has put out a Freeze Watch for Monday night for inland North Florida and southwest Georgia and also a HARD FREEZE Watch Monday night specifically for Echols, Clinch counties and points east.
Warming will occur after Wednesday with another front giving us rain Thursday.