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Last Map Update: Tue, Dec. 12, 2017 at 11:08:18 am EST

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Southwesterly winds will strengthen during the mid to late morning hours today. Winds will shift to a westerly direction this afternoon as a dry cold front moves through our region, with sustained winds of 15-20 mph this afternoon with frequent gusts of 25-35 mph expected.
A much colder air mass will plunge into our region tonight in the wake of today's cold frontal passage. Lows will fall to around 30 at inland locations, with temperatures below freezing for as long as 3 to 6 hours for locations well inland. Patchy frost will be possible at wind sheltered locations towards sunrise on Wednesday.
High temperatures, sky cover and rain chances for today.
Low temperatures, sky cover and rain chances Tonight.
Wednesday's high temperatures and rain chances.
Northwesterly winds will remain sustained in the 5-10 mph range at inland locations overnight tonight through the early morning hours on Wednesday, with breezy conditions continuing at coastal locations, where winds will remain in the 10-15 mph range. These winds will combine with a cold air mass plunging into our region to drop wind chill values into the 20s across southeast Georgia and inland locations in northeast and north central Florida, with values around 30 degrees along the northeast Florida coast early on Wednesday morning.

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