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The sun has been hanging around through much of the weekend, but we will have some clouds to start the day on Tuesday.
A cold front has ushered in clouds across Middle Georgia this evening and will be taking them back out through the morning and afternoon on Saturday. Behind the front, high pressure moves back in and will be keeping us clear through the middle of the week. Temperatures will, however, be falling through the rest of the week as high pressure sits just to our west.
Thanksgiving Day will be partly cloudy and cool across Middle Georgia. This will likely be the last dry day in Middle Georgia for a while as rain chances move in on Black Friday.
Low pressure will be moving in from our south and west as we move through Black Friday. The rain looks to hang around through the weekend and into next week.
After the cool down on Friday, temps look to bounce back as we head through the weekend, but highs will still be well below average for this time of year.