DAILY FORECAST | The latest from First Alert meteorologist Mikel Hannah-Harding

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) — We saw mostly sunny skies this afternoon, primarily north of Augusta, with a mix of clouds and sun for the remainder of the CSRA. Highs could reach into the mid/high 60’s and low 70’s in the region.

A chilly Saturday night in the shop with overnight lows falling into the 40’s by sunday dawn.

Overnight lows are expected to dip into the 40s by Sunday dawn.(WRDW)

Superbowl Sunday is looking mostly dry in the CSRA, but a cold front will bring us a cooler day. We will see clouds in the morning but should see the sun behind the front again in the afternoon. Afternoon highs are cooler in the high 50s to low 60s. It’s also windy tomorrow afternoon with north-west winds between 10 and 15mph and gusts slightly higher. This results in hazardous combustion conditions with relative humidity levels below 30% expected for most of the day. The boroughs highlighted in tan below are on a High Fire Danger Warning until 4am on Monday. Burning is not recommended throughout the CSRA, particularly for those counties subject to the recommendation.

High fire risk tomorrow for the districts highlighted in light brown.  Burning is not encouraged.
High fire risk tomorrow for the districts highlighted in light brown. Burning is not encouraged.(WRDW)

Looking cooler early next week for Valentine’s Day Monday. Morning lows will be below freezing in the upper 20s. Monday afternoon highs remain below average in the mid-50s. The sky will be sunny during the day. The wind will be between 5 and 10 mph from the northwest. Evening schedules will be chilly, mainly in the 40’s with the 30’s closer to midnight.

A cool outlook for any Valentine's Day evening.
A cool outlook for any Valentine’s Day evening.(WRDW)

Tuesday morning is looking cold again with lows near the 30s. Afternoon highs will be more seasonal in the mid to low 60s with plenty of sun. The chance of rain looks higher on Thursday and Friday next week. Keep it here for the latest updates.

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