FIRST TO ALERT: Above average temperatures don't stick around lo - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

FIRST TO ALERT: Above average temperatures don't stick around long. Details here.

(Source: WTVM Storm Team 9) (Source: WTVM Storm Team 9)

Today is going to be a warm one with highs reaching into the low to mid 80s - running close to 5 degrees above average under sunny skies.

As we head into the overnight hours we will see a front makes it's way through the Valley bringing with us a few isolated showers and clouds. The front passes quickly and won't bring much rain so we'll keep the coverage at 10%. Cooler air will filter in behind the front dropping highs into the low 70s for Thursday and Friday. Morning lows will also dip to low 40s for Friday.

Going into the weekend we'll start dry and seasonable but track in our next good chance for rain on Sunday evening. The coverage of rain increases Sunday night into Monday. Right now we'll leave out the mention of any thunder. Lingering showers will stick around through Wednesday with temperatures slightly below average into the middle of next week.

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