We've got one mild day then much colder air will return just in time for the weekend. Temperatures should reach the lower 70s over inland areas by Thursday afternoon. The day will end with a risk of showers by late evening as a strong cold front moves into the area. By Friday morning the showers will be gone but the cold air will be back for a few days. Highs late in the week will not make it out of the 50s with overnight lows near the freezing mark. By early Saturday morning locations along and west of Highway 17 could see 32°. It is not unusual to have freezing temperatures into late March. In fact, the last spring freeze usually occurs between March 20 and April 5, except along coastal counties where it does not usually fall below freezing after March 15. The good news this weekend is that we'll see lots of sunshine. Even the chill feels better on a sunny day.
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