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Drier and cooler this week ahead of Ian's wind and rain

A majority of the week will be spent in the 70s for afternoon highs.

MACON, Ga. — There's a lot to keep up with this week in the Central Georgia weather world.

A cold front rolled through early Monday morning that will bring drier and cooler Monday night into Tuesday. Highs will take a tumble. Temperatures 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. With dry air and windy conditions, it will not be the best time to do any outdoor burning.

Then, our weather changes once again, but this time, this will be due to impacts from the tropics.

READ: Latest Update on Ian

All eyes are still on Hurricane Ian over the next week. Ian is currently still in the Caribbean. Ian will continue to intensify throughout the next couple of days.

Major global models are pulling the storm into central Georgia, bringing rain and wind for the end of the week. It is a little too early to nail down specifics. But, the threat of tropical impacts continues to rise, and as you see below, is on the 7 Day Forecast, widespread rain is likely throughout the day Friday.

7 Day Forecast

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