Looks like another active day around the Big Bend region. Winter storm warnings remain in effect till 7 pm for South Central Georgia and the Florida Panhandle. As for Southeast Alabama, Southwestern Georgia and some inland portions of the Florida Panhandle, your winter storm warnings will expire at 1 pm this afternoon. We have a wind chill advisory in effect till 1 pm this afternoon as well, making it feel like it is in the teens across much of the region. A hard freeze warning has already been put in place for this evening through Wednesday morning, as temps will fall into the lower 20’s. Today you can expect to see rain, heavy at times, and freezing rain mixed with a little sleet and some possible light snow before the noon hour. Rain chances will stay with us through the afternoon and early evening hours. Thursday morning will be very cold, with a low of 24 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. We will begin to see some clearing finally in the early morning hours and warm to 52 degrees. Friday looks mostly sunny with a high of 65. The warming trend will continue for the weekend. High temperatures are expected to reach the low 70’s with partly cloudy skies and a small chance for a shower. Sunday will be mostly cloudy, with a few light showers and a high of 73. Heading into our next work week, Monday looks partly sunny and warm with a high of 74 and a slight chance for rain. Tuesday will be the same as Monday, but warmer with a high 0f 77.
Have a great Wednesday and stay safe on the roads.