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Storm Team Tuesday morning forecast (11/18/2014)

Hard Freeze Warnings Wednesday AM
Posted at 5:19 AM, Nov 18, 2014
and last updated 2014-11-18 05:19:00-05

TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - After a very stormy and active start to your work week, conditions are much calmer and much colder for the rest of the week. Temps starting off into the low to mid 30 so our Georgia counties and western Big Bend areas are under a freeze warning this morning. When you factor in the gusts up to 30 mph, the feels-like temps are actually in the mid to upper 20s, so make sure you're bundled up and ready for the Arctic chill this morning. Despite full sunshine by the afternoon, highs won't even reach 50° today. As high pressure builds overhead, winds will slack off this evening, and temps will plummet. Hard freeze warnings are in effect for the entire region tonight through Wednesday morning with lows reaching the low 20s to even some upper teens! Be aware of the 4P's tonight: people, pets, plants, and yes even the pipes. Cover up exposed pipes and let the water drip overnight. Temps climb quickly Wednesday afternoon back into the mid 50s, but will fall quickly into Thursday morning back into the low 20s. By Friday, the high pressure system that originated in northern Canada will finally move off shore allowing for winds to slowly turn from the First Coastline ushering in temps back into the 60s. This weekend,  clouds will build in and highs will get into the low to mid 70s. Sunday, another storm system moves in with scattered showers and storms expected.