Rainy Day Ahead

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MACON, Georgia. (41NBC/WMGT) – Widespread rain will hang around Middle Georgia through this evening before clearing out later this weekend.

Today.

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It has been a wet and mild start to your Friday as widespread rain has greeted us here in Middle Georgia. This rain is associated with an area of low pressure that is still centered in east Texas, but is allowing for Gulf moisture to flow into our area therefore bringing in heavy rain at times. This afternoon we will keep the rain around along with a mostly cloudy sky. Afternoon high temperatures will make it into the middle 60’s across much of our area with overnight low temperatures cooling off ever so slightly into the middle 50’s. Just two days ago our high temperature was 57° and I expect our overnight low temperature to be about the same. That is Georgia weather for you! Rainfall totals for this system will total around an inch.

Tomorrow. 



Cloudy conditions will hang around for the majority of your Saturday, but the rain will taper off around lunch time. Isolated morning showers cannot be ruled out but Saturday does not appear to be a washout. When the rain exits on Saturday we will be left with mild temperatures that will once again reach the middle 60’s.

Extended.

Once the rain makes it out of our area as the center of low pressure moves off to the northeast early Sunday, a drying trend will commence through at least the middle of the work week. Two of the models we use are in agreement through Wednesday of next week as they both keep us dry, but they differ as we get into Friday. The GFS (American) model keeps us dry through the entire week while the European model brings rain back to Middle Georgia on Thursday afternoon. This is something I will continue to monitor over the next few days.

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