We have light, scattered showers in the Big Bend and Southern Georgia. Therefore, you’ll want to grab an umbrella before walking out the door. We’re starting Friday warmer than yesterday with temperatures in the mid-50s.
The showers we see this morning will slowly dissipate throughout the afternoon, they’ll be farther east by Perry and Live Oak. You'll need an umbrella as you head out the door.
Cooler, drier air is sitting behind the showers, which means clouds should clear out by the end of the day with winds coming out of the west. Temperatures tonight will cool back into the lower 40s. Colder than last night, but much warmer than earlier this week.
The sun returns Saturday with temperatures in the mid-60s, and we have another chance for rain on Sunday. This upcoming week we’ll stay in the mid to upper 60s with chances for isolated showers.
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Chief Meteorologist Mike McCall takes a look at your forecast for the evening of Thursday, January 23.