COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - Rain ended just in time for trick-or-treating yesterday, and now a bitterly cold morning greets us for the first day of November – quite a contrast from how we started out October in the 100s! Widespread 30s and even some areas prone to freezing this morning in our northern counties before highs warm up a touch to near 60 this afternoon.
For Friday night football, finally looking like some chilly weather is in store for tonight’s games so bundle up accordingly! Keep in mind too, for Saturday and Sunday morning, areas of frost aren’t out of the question. Temperatures will continue to run below average over the weekend in the 60s and 30s before we get back to more seasonable levels during the middle of next week. Overall, the forecast looks dry over the weekend, and rain chances still don’t look overly promising next week either (just 10-20% coverage Tuesday through Friday). Seeing hints of another possible big cooldown NEXT weekend, but first we have to deal with this initial winter blast to kickoff November. Maybe we left the summer heat behind us in October!
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