The last day of winter brought sunny skies and highs in the lower 70s. Just as spring officially arrived on the calendar air capable of producing a winter chill moved into the area. Temperatures will continue to average below normal this weekend bu there should be some moderation by Sunday afternoon. The main problem will be the next two nights. We could see temperatures fall to near freezing in comm unties along and west of Highway 17. There will be a slight breeze overnight and that could keep frost from forming in most areas. Tomorrow night will be a different story as high pressure builds directly overhead. Winds will become calm and that will encourage the risk of frost and a possible light freeze, especially over inland communities. There will be plenty of sunshine over the weekend and that should make the cool afternoons feel at bit warmer. Dry and mild weather is expected early next week as spring gets into full gear.
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