COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - More widespread rain is in store for the Chattahoochee Valley today, so make sure you have the full gamut of rain gear with you before heading out the door! Rain will last all day long through the evening hours, so if you have any outdoor plans or sports practices scheduled later today, you will need to postpone or resort to Plan B. In addition to the soggy weather, temperatures will run on the chilly side with highs struggling to get much warmer than the low 50s. Breezy condition will also keep wind chills in the 40s and 30s at times.
Rain will eventually come to an end early tomorrow morning with skies clearing out on Wednesday afternoon. We’ll enjoy a mainly dry stretch of weather through the end of the work week with afternoons comfortable in the 60s and mornings cool in the upper 30s and low 40s—much more seasonable for early March. A disturbance moving our way Friday night will bring a low-end rain chance for the start of the weekend (20-30% coverage on Saturday) before more abundant sunshine returns on Sunday. Temperatures will top out in the low 60s over the weekend, but gradually warm-up to near 70 by the middle of next week. Mornings next week do look cooler though thanks to the dry air in place with temperatures possibly down into the 30s again by next Monday.
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