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Storm Team Wednesday evening forecast (11/19/2014)

Posted at 3:05 PM, Nov 19, 2014
and last updated 2014-11-19 15:05:00-05

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the Storm Team Weather Center ...

Another night of sub-freezing temperatures is ahead, as the ongoing presence of the polar high-pressure system lingers overhead.  The sky will remain generally clear, and, with less wind tonight and occasionally calm conditions, the opportunity for readings to fall deep into the 20s exists for inland part of the central and eastern Big Bend, and portions of interior south-central Georgia.  Tonight should be the final night of hard-freeze concerns, with the modifying air mass allowing highs Thursday to reach the 60s with another day filled with sunshine.  The cold high will slide into the western Atlantic by the weekend, which will further support a warming and moistening trend.  Highs will be back in the 70s by Saturday, and even morning lows will be much milder because of clouds and an onshore wind.  The next front approaches by Monday, which may trigger another round of active thunderstorms for parts of the southeastern U.S.