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Cold air has moved into Middle Georgia behind a cold front that moved in during the Thanksgiving weekend.
High pressure to our west will continue to send very cold air across Middle Georgia through the middle of the week. We will be staying dry, but our high temperatures will likely stay mainly in the upper 40’s for the next few days. Warmer air moves in by the end of the week, but temperatures remain below normal until Friday.
Friday will bring a warm up back to the area but more clouds will be moving in as well. This is ahead of our next system that will bring the potential for heavy rain across the area overnight Friday and into Saturday.
Rain will be staying in the forecast through the start of next week, but at least temperatures will be closer to normal and our lows will warm out of the 30’s.