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Last Map Update: Wed, Jan. 17, 2018 at 12:29:21 am EST

National Weather Service Peachtree City, GANational Weather Service Charleston, SC
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National Weather Service San Juan, PR
National Weather Service Tampa Bay Area, FLNational Weather Service Melbourne, FL

An arctic cold front will push through our region overnight, with light rainfall or drizzle possibly mixing with or changing to light freezing rain or light freezing drizzle, light sleet or snow flurries on Wednesday morning, mainly for locations along and west of the U.S. Highway 84 corridor in southeast Georgia and along Interstate 75 near the Florida/Georgia border. Surface temperatures are expected to fall into the low to mid 30s on Wednesday morning, and accumulations of frozen precipitation are not expected. There is a small possibility of black ice on bridges and elevated roadways in these locations on Wednesday morning, but significant disruption to travel is not expected in these locations due to the light nature of the precipitation and surface temperatures remaining in the 30s throughout the morning hours.
Arctic cold returns Wednesday, with a hard freeze watch issued for all of southeast Georgia, northeast and north central Florida from Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Protect people, plants, pipes, and you MUST bring your pets inside, as they will be vulnerable to this exceptionally cold weather for the rest of this week.
Tonight's low temperatures, sky cover and rain chances.
Wednesday's high temperatures and rain chances.

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