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Rain Rain Go Away

Trudging through the gloomy weather of today, we only hope and pray that the "rain, rain" will eventually go away. Well, all those in the Athens and North Georgia area can temporarily retire their sweet song of longing for the night because tomorrow will bring a different story. We are expecting those spring-like conditions of clear, cheery skies and warm, embracing temperatures to return tomorrow. As the cold front luring over Georgia right now shifts out tomorrow, a high pressure system will soon move in its place, bringing back that picnic-perfect weather.


In Athens, we are expecting that low tonight to dip right back down into the low 50s, possibly as low as 51 degrees as clouds thin out and the rain fizzles out (FINALLY). As proclaimed in the introduction of this post, those spring-like conditions, fitting for late March, shall return tomorrow with a forecasted high of 75 degrees and partly cloudy skies. Make sure to take advantage of the lovely weather tomorrow because we might receive another visit from the "rain monster" on Thursday, but more on that soon.


On the other hand, in the North Georgia area we are expecting a low of 48 degrees tonight. Tomorrow, temperatures will spring up to 70 degrees with partly sunny conditions. Later in the week, we will see those clouds eventually roll out, leaving skies clear and sunny.


Thank you for checking your weather updates with the Weather Dawgs!


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