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Rainy Saint Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is looking wet with a 90% chance of rain across North Georgia and those freezing overnight lows will continue next week.

Tomorrow, make sure you wear your green rain boots and grab your umbrella because a low-pressure system is headed our way bringing a cold front and lots of rain for the majority of the day. Right before the rain starts here in Athens, we will get leftover warm air from a dissipated warm front, causing our temperatures to reach up to 65 degrees. As for North Georgia, the further northwest you are, the sooner you will be impacted by the rain, cooling your high temperature to 63. Maybe we will see a lucky rainbow after the rain ends!

After tomorrow, the weekend and most of the week next week will be dominated by a high-pressure system, keeping rain chances low. If you're hoping for more springtime temperatures, don't expect much for the next week. Tomorrow's low temperatures will be in the 30s and freezing in the northernmost part of North Georgia. Up until the middle of next week, our overnight lows will remain below or hover around freezing, so don't forget your jacket in the morning.

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