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Wednesday evening First Alert forecast (01/03/2018)

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Posted at 3:30 PM, Jan 03, 2018
and last updated 2018-01-03 10:30:26-05

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- From the WTXL First Alert Weather Center ...

Patchy late-day clouds in the tri-state region will not carry precipitation.  Lingering clouds and late clearing in the Suwannee Valley will prevent sufficient warming or evaporation of leftover moisture from this morning's freezing rain event.  Temperatures falling below freezing early this evening may cause a re-freeze of some surfaces in the Suwannee Valley and south-central Georgia, where instances of patchy ice and tough-to-see "black ice" may occur.  Overall, a clearing trend will spread area-wide as lows fall to the low to mid 20s.  Breezes around 5 to 15 mph will create feels-like wind-chill readings between 15° and 20°.  Hard freeze warnings will be in effect in the morning for some eastern counties.  Sunshine will be abundant Thursday afternoon with highs reaching the mid 40s.  Several more mornings of lows in the 20s are forecast, and highs may reach the 50s finally by the weekend.