SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - In a nutshell: several frontal systems will affect the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry beginning Saturday and continuing through much of next week.
There are lots of high to mid level clouds around; however we’ll remain dry through evening and overnight. Our temperatures this evening will be around 60 degrees at 8pm so if you’re heading out, a light sweater, pullover, but no need to bog down with a coat.
Saturday may begin with some sunshine and temps in the mid-low 50s. There is enough moisture to spit out some rain well north of I-16 in the morning but overall another mostly cloudy day.
Then a weak cold front will drop into the area during the afternoon and evening, keeping isolated showers possible through the afternoon and evening. 8pm could be the best chance to see some rain through Effingham, Chatham, Jasper, and Beaufort Counties. Afternoon highs near 74.
Sunday another morning in the middle 50s with slightly cooler highs near 70. We’ll have another cold front push through Sunday night and Monday. Expect more isolated showers, but greater coverage of showers is expected Monday as the front moves through. Temperatures will continue to reach near 70 for the afternoon.
Work week temps dip slightly then climb again to 80 by Wednesday; continued upper level disturbances will maintain rain chances through end of the week.