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WEATHER: Another 50 Degree Temperature Change Coming?

With the current round of winter weather, southwest Georgia is predicted to see temperatures in the low 20’s by mid week.  But the weekend is shaping up to feature a spring feel with high temperatures possibly reaching the 70’s by Sunday. Detailed Forecast M.L.King Day Sunny, with a high near 54. Calm wind. Tonight Clear, with a low… Read More »

WEATHER: Snow Forecast Shifting West? What does that mean for SWGA?

According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, the winter precipitation forecast for tomorrow has shifted farther west and now shows Decatur, Grady and Mitchell Counties in the zone for “Winter Weather Advisory” and Thomas and Colquitt Counties in the zone for “Winter Storm Warning”.  Stay tuned for more details.

WEATHER: Snow? Really?!

According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, the chance of snow in southwest Georgia can’t be ruled out for the next few days.  The greatest chance of wintry precipitation, however, is in the south central and southeast portions of Georgia.  Here is the official release: •Potential hazards: Chance of snow, sleet, and/or freezing rain. •Potential impacts: Hazardous… Read More »

WEATHER: From Freezing to 70’s in SWGA This Week

The National Weather Service in Tallahassee is predicting the coldest temperatures since early January this week, followed by temperatures in the mid 70’s this weekend.  Here is the detailed forecast: Detailed Forecast Today Areas of drizzle before 10am. Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 56. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph. Tonight Mostly clear,… Read More »

WEATHER: Cold Air and Moisture This Weekend. Any Chance of Snow?

According to multiple forecasts and models, Georgia will see cold weather and precipitation later this week.  In some areas, that will lead to a “wintry mix” of freezing rain and snow – most of which will be north of Macon.  Southwest Georgia will most likely see cold temperatures and wet weather, however the current forecast doesn’t show much… Read More »