MACON, Ga. (41NBC/WMGT) – Temperatures will climb below 50 degrees this afternoon for the first time since late last week.
Middle Georgia will have sunny skies all day today. In addition to this we will see some wind. The wind will be mainly from the west-southwest at 5 mph, but the direction can change. High pressure will keep conditions calm and benign throughout the day as highs reach the low 50s across the region. No precipitation is expected today.
Skies will be clear tonight, and as a result, warmth will return to the atmosphere during the afternoon. In most of the territory, minimum temperatures will be up to 20 degrees. The wind is southeast at a speed of 5 meters per second. Due to the cold conditions, it would again be wise to drop from the taps. Tonight should be the last night, if necessary.
We will continue to see sunny skies in Middle Georgia on our Wednesday. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s with a south southeast wind around 5 mph. There will be no precipitation.
Tomorrow night the sky will be mostly clear, but small cirrus clouds will pass overhead. Low temperatures will drop to around freezing in Middle Georgia with winds out of the southeast around 5 mph. Fog is possible when humidity starts to return.
A warm front will move across the state on Thursday, bringing temperatures into the mid-60s and pushing lows into the upper 40s and eventually into the 50s over the weekend. There will be plenty of humidity as clouds begin to return during the day on Friday.
We may see a few showers around Middle Georgia Friday night. The New Year’s Eve weather looks to be at its worst on Saturday, with widespread thunderstorms expected for most of the day. This could continue Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
Conditions should remain warm through early 2023.
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