Clouds return today ahead of a warm front approaching from the south. This will keep temperatures in the lower 60s under dry conditions, winds will be lighter than yesterday.
Tonight: Temperatures will continue to fall into the mid-upper 30s. Southeast Georgia could see areas of patchy frost. Chance of isolated storms overnight.
Friday: Thunderstorms will be scattered across the area Friday morning and into the afternoon as the warm front from the south moves through. Temperatures could reach mid-70s for NE Florida and SE Georgia. Be aware of an increasing chance of heavy winds due to instability in the approaching cold front.
Welcoming the weekend: Overall, dry and cool with temperatures staying below normal. Potential for inland frost and freeze Saturday night into Sunday morning.