Daily Forecast Blog
Current temperatures across the areas are hanging around the mid 60's with the northern portion dipping down to the 50s. We expect our temperature to remain fairly consistent over night with the low down around 51⁰. Some fog could develop tonight across central Georgia and low-lying areas of North GA. There is a chance of scattered showers across the region later on tonight. This chance of scattered showers will diminish by early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be slightly cooler than Tuesday with a high of 61⁰ here Athens area. Across our area we expect temperatures to be fairly uniform warming up slightly if the sun decides to peak out. As for conditions, expect cloudy skies with only a 20% chance of a stray shower with a light drizzle and some fog early in the morning.
Through the rest of the week the pattern of cloudy skies with potential of rain will continue. The region is not expecting any severe weather through the end of the week. Models now are coming into agreement on the timing of the rain later in the week. We are expecting the bulk of the rain to begin Thursday evening and begin to taper off early Friday morning. In addition, rainfall totals are looking quite impressive with totals right now ranging between 1"-2". By Saturday it looks like we might be able to see some sunshine as rain chances diminish and clouds dissipate. The models are currently hinting at a trough moving through the area which could bring some moisture through which could lead to light ice or freezing rain but accumulation would be very light. Models change often and we will keep you up to date with the latest information here at Weatherdawgs.
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