In the Spotlight: Wakulla's 176th Birthday

Sat Mar 02 06:52:47 PST 2019

In the Spotlight: Wakulla's 176th Birthday

Greg James, Chairman of Wakulla 4-H Advisory Council Board, and Brooklynn Green, a 4-H member, stop by the studio to tell us more about Wakulla's Wonderful Week to kick off its' 176th anniversary. That week will be March 10th through March 16th. A celebration at the Wakulla County Courthouse will be on the 11th starting at 6 p.m.

Sunday, February 23rd Evening Pinpoint Weather Forecast

After a chilly start to Sunday, temperatures were able to rise into the mid to upper 60s in the Big Bend and South Georgia. We also had plenty of sunshine throughout the day, but clouds are moving in and will continue to over the next couple of hours. Thanks to the clouds, tonight will be much warmer compared to last night with temperatures in the 50s. This means tomorrow morning will also be warm with cloud cover during your morning commute. We'll see cloudy conditions throughout the day with temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. As a low pressure system moves in from the southern plains, we'll start to see weak thunderstorms and rain showers move in during the late afternoon and early evening. Chances of rain increase Monday night and into Tuesday as the cold front sweeps through the southeast. A few weak thunderstorms are also possible, but no severe weather is expected. We could see up to an inch of rain in places. After the cold front moves out, the sun will come back and temperatures will drop. We'll end the week in the mid to upper 50s during the day and overnight temperatures in the 30s.

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Pinpoint Weather Forecast - Sunday, Feb. 23 - Morning Update

By: Charles Roop | WCTV Pinpoint Weather Feb. 23, 2020

It's another cold morning in most locations with temperatures in the 30s with some 40s along the immediate coast. We'll see some more cloud cover this afternoon with highs getting into the upper 60s in most locations. It will be a little milder Sunday night into Monday morning with that southerly flow and a low near 50.

Rain chances will increase late Sunday as a cold front moves into the eastern United States. Highs will get into the 70s with lows in the 60s and 50s. We'll clear out by late Wednesday after the front passes. It will be sunny on Thursday with highs in the 60s and lows in the 30s. Models are hinting at a weak system moving into the Southeast Saturday. For now, rain chances are set at 20 percent.

Sunday, February 23rd Evening Pinpoint Weather Forecast

After a chilly start to Sunday, temperatures were able to rise into the mid to upper 60s in the Big Bend and South Georgia. We also had plenty of sunshine throughout the day, but clouds are moving in and will continue to over the next couple of hours. Thanks to the clouds, tonight will be much warmer compared to last night with temperatures in the 50s. This means tomorrow morning will also be warm with cloud cover during your morning commute. We'll see cloudy conditions throughout the day with temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. As a low pressure system moves in from the southern plains, we'll start to see weak thunderstorms and rain showers move in during the late afternoon and early evening. Chances of rain increase Monday night and into Tuesday as the cold front sweeps through the southeast. A few weak thunderstorms are also possible, but no severe weather is expected. We could see up to an inch of rain in places. After the cold front moves out, the sun will come back and temperatures will drop. We'll end the week in the mid to upper 50s during the day and overnight temperatures in the 30s.

Saturday February 22nd Evening Pinpoint Weather Forecast

We had a beautiful Saturday with lots of sunshine in the Big Bend and South Georgia. Temperatures are a tad on the chilly side in the mid-50s and lower 60s. Its a great night to take a walk or eat dinner out on the porch. However, tonight will be chilly. Temperatures will cool into the mid to lower 30s inland. This means we'll see patchy frost across our area. Make sure to bring plants inside the house or cover them with a blanket. These cold conditions will continue through early tomorrow morning, but the sun will warm us up by late morning with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 60s by the afternoon. A few clouds will move in and we'll stay dry through the rest of the weekend. However, a cold front will move in late Monday afternoon bringing in more chances for rain and weak storms. The system is still a few days out, but we'll likely see heavy rainfall. Chances for rain continue through Wednesday morning when the cold front finally moves east. We'll end the week with lots of sunshine and cold with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s.

 

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