JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- After Sunday morning's downpours, we will continue to monitor small river, stream, and creek levels across southeast Georgia for the next few days as they remain full. The clouds will hang on with a colder, wintry wind blowing in through Tuesday. Our next dose of rain arrives by Thursday night into Friday.
We will see a few glimpses of sun on Monday, but clouds will be the rule. Temperatures start off near 40 and only warm into the upper 40s, lower 50s with a brisk northwest breeze. The sunshine returns on Tuesday, but you'll need the winter coats by then. Tuesday will start in the middle and upper 30s with even a light inland freeze and possibly frost by Wednesday morning.
We warm into the 60s on Wednesday with an afternoon high near 70 by Thursday. The clouds creep back in by Wednesday night and by Thursday night we'll be tracking more rain headed our way. The bulk of the downpours will roll through on Friday with clearer, cooler conditions into next weekend.