MACON, Ga. — After a beautiful but warmer weekend, a cold front will roll through late Sunday night into early Monday morning to cool us off again.
Central Georgia will wake up to a mild start Monday morning with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s.
After Monday afternoon, highs will take a tumble. Highs on Tuesday and Wednesday will struggle to reach the 80s, with some places staying the mid to upper 70s.
With the sunshine and drier air mid-week, we'll keep an eye out for Fire Weather conditions. Basically, we may want you to save the bonfires for another time.
Then, our weather changes once again, but this time, this could be due to impacts from the tropics.
All eyes are still on Tropical Storm Ian over the next week. Ian is currently still in the Caribbean. As the track shifts from westward to the northward, it is expected to intensify.
It's still forecast to impact the eastern gulf coast, possibly including parts of Central Georgia, as we end the work week next week.
What we know for a fact is that rain is likely during the late week, especially on Friday. We'll know more as we head into the upcoming work week.
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