Tuesday will see rain and clouds for most of the day before a significant cold spell sets in later this week.
The low pressure system currently bringing rain to Mississippi and Alabama will continue to move east overnight.
Meanwhile, a wedge front keeps things cool and stable overnight and into Tuesday.
This will mean that while we may see an isolated thunderstorm, most of us should only see rain.
As for the time, the heaviest rains are likely in the morning hours, with showers reducing in the afternoon.
A wedge front will keep our highs in the low 60s to low 50s on Tuesday.
By Wednesday, we’ll start to see a few clouds with highs above 50 degrees.
A dry front will move into Middle Georgia early Thursday, bringing with it very cold air that will hang around through the weekend.
That will help keep it dry, but it will also be windy, so wind chills will drop into the mid-20s early Friday.
The weekend is expected to be mostly dry with a slight chance of isolated showers late Saturday.