HOLT, Fla., Dec. 5, 2017—The National Weather Service in Mobile is calling for a strong cold front to move through the southeast this afternoon into the evening hours.
Unseasonably warm temperatures today may struggle to get out of the upper 40s for highs in some areas Wednesday, according to the NWS Mobile.
Tomorrow’s highs could be 20-to-30 degrees lower than today’s highs mixed with clouds, cold north wind and rain.
There is potential for some strong storms to develop ahead of the front moving through this afternoon, but the severe weather threat is still rather low, according to NWS Mobile.
According to NWS Mobile, the main threat will come from strong straight line winds and a low chance for tornadoes.
For Friday and Saturday night, freezing temperatures are expected generally along and north of Interstate 10.
These conditions will bring potential impacts to agriculture industries and local nurseries dealing with cold sensitive vegetation.