Droppin' down back into chilly territory tonight! 30s will greet you as you head out in the morning.
The next storm system on the horizon arrives Wednesday night. A cold front will approach from the west. A few showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible Wednesday in advance of the front. Better rain chances move in Thursday for Thanksgiving. We could maybe have a strong storm or two Thursday afternoon, but that threat looks isolated and low.
Models are hinting at a more potent storm system arriving sometime this weekend. A strong and deepening area of low pressure is forecast to develop and race toward the Great Lakes this weekend. This will bring a strong cold front through central Georgia. While it's too early to specify severe potential, this is the time of year where we start to see a "second season" of severe weather. An early look at next weekends system shows that potential. Stay tuned.
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