Thursday will be more cloudy than the sun, as a low cloud layer continues to hang over Southwest Florida. Look for a few showers scattered throughout the area during the day. We’ll start to see some sunshine in the afternoons as the warm highs hit the mid- and upper-70s.
Most of Friday will be dry before the strong arctic front is set to move through Friday night. There will be a few showers before this Friday night, but most areas will likely see a dry passage ahead.
Come Saturday, we’ll feel the chills! The highest temperatures will only be reached on Saturday afternoon in the 50s accompanied by a strong and cold wind from the northwest.
Saturday night through Sunday morning is set to be the coldest we’ve seen in about 4 years! Currents will drop sharply in the mid to late 30s across the coast, leading to a cold start through Sunday morning.
Inland areas will see temperatures at or below freezing. Make sure you cover or bring all sensitive plants this weekend!
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https://www.winknews.com/2022/01/27/a-few-showers-thursday-before-a-strong-arctic-front-moves-in-friday-night/ A few showers on Thursday before a strong Arctic front moves in on Friday night