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Good Tuesday morning to everyone! 🌞

Have you been outside this morning? Brrrr.... it's 48 degrees here at the house, and that's somewhere around 9 degrees below normal for me. Today and tomorrow morning will be cool and below normal, but will start a slow rise that will end in mid to upper 80's by the end of the week.


Deep northwesterly flow aloft along with strong surface high
pressure will be positioned over southeastern CONUS to begin the
extended period. Due to the influence of the high pressure system, a
warming trend will be underway with high temperatures climbing back
into the 80's Thursday afternoon. An upper-level disturbance embedded
within the flow will drop southeastward towards the forecast area on
Wednesday, sending a weakening cold front towards the mid-
Mississippi and Tennessee Valley region. This front will continue to
push southward through the area on Wednesday night into Thursday.
With limited moisture and weak forcing, only expecting slight chance
to low-end chance PoP's across far north and west Georgia, with only
isolated showers and thunderstorms expected in this area as a result.

As this frontal boundary pushes southward out of the area, an upper-
level ridge will build into the area from the west. This persistent
ridge will allow temperatures to continue warming to well above
average for this time of the year. Highs this weekend are
anticipated to be 7-10 degrees above average, in the upper 80's to
low 90's area-wide. A deep longwave trough will move into the
northern High Plains this weekend which will further amplify the

ridge over the southeast. It is possible that there could be some
diurnal convective activity leading to some isolated
thunderstorms. However, there do not currently appear to be any
definitive features to support any organized convection over the
weekend until another weakening cold front approaches late Sunday,
bringing some increased precipitation chances once again.


Again, not much in the way of rain anytime soon.  What we don't want to see this summer is this ridge parked over the southeast like it is now. We want to see it move on out to the Atlantic Ocean so that it can provide a return flow that includes moisture that provides the necessary energy for some afternoon and evening thunderstorms. 

Here is the Month to Date and Year to Date rainfall.




So get out and enjoy the great weather, spring is almost over according to Mother Nature. Hope everyone has a great day!




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Looks like highs in mid and upper 90’s for parts of Georgia next week. Looks like it will remain hot now

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