Wind chill values of 15-20 degrees F (-9.4 to -6.7C) – Worst winter reader can remember
Hard freeze warning for all of southeast Georgia, northeast and north central Florida overnight through mid-morning on Thursday. Lows in the 20s all areas except near 30 at the northeast Florida beaches.
• Wind Chill Advisory in effect for all of southeast Georgia, northeast and north central Florida from the late evening hours through the mid-morning hours on Thursday. Wind chill values of 15-20 degrees
expected by the predawn hours on Thursday.
• Another widespread hard freeze expected on Thursday night and Friday morning with lighter winds.
Just wanted to share this email from the NWS, I am curious on just how cold it will get tonight here in Folkston usually the NWS gets it wrong by about 4-8 degrees. They are calling for 21 tonight. This is by far the worse winter I can remember , And I am 52 years old.
We’ve had since Thanksgiving 5 days of snow/mixed with rain. This includes the Ice storm on January 3, 2018. In a Normal winter we may have 3-4 nights of 27 to 28 degrees temps. And the Last Ice storm was in 1988 and Last Snow was in 1999 This year along we’ve had the following.
January 2nd 29 Degrees<
January 3rd 29 Degrees and a High of 29 degrees Ice Storm
January 4th 20 Degrees
January 5th 19 Degrees
January 6th 23 Degrees
January 7th 22 Degrees
January 8th 31 Degrees
January 13th 29 Degrees
January 14th 26 Degrees
January 15th 26 Degrees
January 16th 26 Degrees
This January will go down as one of the coldest on record for our area. If you’re wondering Folkston is about 40 miles North of Jacksonville FL
See entire warning at NWS Email Link