SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Talk about a temperature swing: Saturday morning low was 67, and for many of us, that’ll be the afternoon high! Wall to wall sunshine for our Sunday and breezy. North breezes at 10-15 mph with gusts of 20-25 mph. Small craft advisory in place for most of the day with winds 20-25 knots and seas 4-6 feet. Afternoon highs will range from 64-70 degrees.
Monday morning will be the coldest morning of the work week, yes coldest; we haven’t seen 40s since May 1st. Morning low in Savannah will be 44, closer 40 well west of I-95 and it may feel like the upper 30s with a wind chill factor! We will warm into the low 70s but still below our average high this time of year, which is 77. We do get warmer progressively through mid week, then another strong cold front with limited moisture swings through and we drop back into the upper 60s for our highs rounding out the end of the week.
The best chance of rain this week looks like Friday and into the weekend, and that’s going to be a chilly rain since our highs will will be around 68-71 degrees. Definitely need a mix of clothes this week!
The tropics remain quiet with no development expected over the next five days.