COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - Most of the Chattahoochee Valley waking up to some chilly sunshine and prior to that, crystal clear skies to view the last full moon of the decade! Celestial viewing conditions won’t be anywhere near as optimal tonight; clouds move back in by the afternoon, ushering in a cold rain that will linger for most of Friday.
Showers should increase in coverage after 2-3PM ET this afternoon with some periods of heavy rain reserved for the overnight hours and throughout the day on Friday. Potent east winds will keep conditions blustery for the next 24 hours too and temperatures today and tomorrow afternoon won’t get any higher than the 50s. Rain fades away Saturday morning though, making for decent weekend weather, nice and seasonable for mid December (highs back in the 60s and lows in the 40s). After a relatively dry weekend, next week starts off with another rainmaker bringing scattered showers to the Southeast through Tuesday before the next Arctic Blast drops our temperatures down into the 30s again by Wednesday morning.
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