Showers, high near 53 — TODAY'S FORECAST

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A few flurries may pass through the area this afternoon. The wind should diminish tonight. We drop to the upper 20s.

"It's just kind of a matter of trying to reduce the rate at which things get worse, because it won't get better until we see a significant weather pattern change", Bryant said. Overnight lows will dip into the lower 20s with winds ranging between 5 and 15 miles per hour and wind chills in the teens. Partly sunny, with a high near 53.

Bring back the gloves and scarf for the weekend.

Weather forecasters are using Georgia's dreaded four-letter word - snow. Yes, that dirty 4-letter S-word..."S" now!


The first part of next week will be cooler with temperatures rising into the low- to mid-50s. You can see most of it is flowing from inside out. The high makes it to only 36. Some light snow could fall that evening.

Vancouver's forecast through the beginning of next week calls for clear skies with temperatures in the mid-40s during the day and then dropping down to around the freezing point at nights.

Computer models are showing some interesting conditions and scenarios that threaten three bouts of wintry weather for the Peach State over the next week. If this occurs, accumulations aren't expected to pile up, pockets of low visibility and a dusting of snow on the roads will be possible.

The cold weather continues next week.

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