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  • Margaret Needham

Grab Your Raincoat

For our viewers in North Georgia and Athens, we have been experiencing mild temperatures and overcast conditions throughout the day. We can expect these clouds to start producing precipitation this evening, continuing off-and-on for the next couple days. Thankfully, these dreary conditions are expected to clear out mid-weekend as another cold front moves in, bringing more enjoyable, cool and sunny conditions for the beginning of next week.

Tonight's forecasted low for Athens is in the high 50s. Chance of rain is 90%, with showers beginning in the early evening hours and continuing overnight. Tomorrow, temperatures will be cool due to remaining cloud cover, with a high temperature around 70. Rain chances will be highest in the morning around 20%, but this precipitation will clear out of our area by noon, giving way to mostly cloudy conditions.

North Georgia will experience similar conditions tonight, with a low in the high 50s and a high chance of rain throughout the overnight hours. Tomorrow, clouds in North Georgia will clear out early in the day, allowing for partly sunny conditions throughout the afternoon. However, temperatures will remain mild, around 70, due to windy conditions.

These overcast, rainy conditions and mild temperatures will remain in our area for the next couple days as we sit under a stationary front. cool. Make sure to grab your raincoats and stay dry, Georgia!

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