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MACON, Georgia. (41NBC/WMGT) – After a couple of dry fall days in Middle Georgia, rain will return overnight tomorrow night.
This afternoon we will see a fair amount of sunshine before clouds begin to feed into our area. Temperatures are going to be very similar to yesterday afternoon as we will once again reach the mid-to-upper 50’s. The average temperature for this time of year is 60° so we are not too far off from the normal high temperature. With increased cloud cover overnight I expect temperatures to stay in the mid 30’s across the area with a slight breeze coming in from the southwest at five miles per hour.
With a southerly wind flow bringing in more moisture in the middle and upper levels of the atmosphere, we will be dealing with a mostly cloudy sky for the better portion of the day tomorrow ahead of rain moving in late Thursday evening and early Friday morning. The increased cloud cover will not inhibit afternoon high temperatures from reaching the upper 50’s for another day. The rain will move in overnight Thursday night and will make for a wet commute on your Friday morning.
Friday is the wettest day of my seven day forecast as an area of low pressure will bring showers back to Middle Georgia. Rainfall through Saturday night will likely add an additional inch of rain to our already surplus of rainfall for the year. Rain will stick around on Saturday with scattered showers decreasing throughout the day. On Sunday we begin to dry out as we start the next work week with drier conditions and more seasonal temperatures.
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