MACON, Georgia. (41NBC/WMGT) – Yesterday afternoon scattered showers and storms moved through with an approaching cold front, but today rain chances will be much more isolated.
Under a partly sunny sky, temperatures will be back in the upper 80’s and lower 90’s across the region. Rain chances will be isolated this afternoon as a low pressure area still sits to our south and will slowly move off to the east and northeast over the next couple of days. We will keep the clouds around this evening as temperatures will be in the upper 60’s and lower 70’s.
A mini back door cold front will keep things a little bit cooler on Wednesday afternoon. We will see temperatures in the lower to middle 80’s under a mix of sun and clouds. Rain coverage will be better tomorrow afternoon as the low pressure and associated front to our south will begin to lift to the north and east. Temperatures during the overnight hours will be in the lower to middle 60’s which will be a nice refresher for the middle of June!
A little bit of drier air works its way into Middle Georgia during the end of the week as high pressure builds in across the central US towards the southeast. As we head into the weekend temperatures will rebound back into the lower 90’s before scattered showers and storms return during the afternoon hours on Sunday.
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