The AC is set to cool now, next week it’s back to heat

Fess up, you have been running the AC.  You might be sitting in a cool car, office or house right now.  Next week we will be switching back to heat.

Scattered showers and an isolated storm remain possible through the evening as weak sea breezes converge near and along the St. Johns River.  A few

spotty showers are possible across SE GA, around Homerville to Waycross.

Isolated storms could produce locally heavy rainfall since the air is saturated.  Storms will fade by midnight with a low chance of passing light showers across inland SE GA through daybreak.

Once the showers end fog could begin to build.  Fog from the Atlantic and Gulf coasts will progressively invade and blanket much of the area by daybreak Saturday.  A dense fog advisory will likely be needed tonight into early Saturday morning.

Cooler weather and sunny skies return Sunday.

Saturday, showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop late Saturday ahead of the front.  This front will move through overnight to Sunday afternoon.  Much of the energy with this system will pull north as the front moves through, so while thunderstorms are expected, we are not anticipating severe storms.

Sunday will be a transition day as showers end over coastal counties drier and cooler air will slide in during the afternoon and evening hours.  Along with the cooler temperatures the wind will increase for a blustery day.

The high will continue to build from the northwest Sunday night with partly cloudy skies.  Overnight lows will fall to more seasonal levels.

The chill continues Monday as high pressure builds across the area.  Sunny and cooler temperatures are expected.

Frost is possible Monday night and early Tuesday under clear skies and lighter wind.

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