Cold Air Awaits
A stationary front draped across the Chattahoochee Valley will hang around through Friday. As waves of low pressure move west to east along the length of this front, you can expect waves of rain and thunderstorms. An isolated severe thunderstorm is not out of the realm of possibilities, although most storms will be accompanied with wind gusts toward 40 mph. It will not rain all of the time, but there will be times where the rain can last for a few hours. You may want to give yourself extra time to arrive safely at your destination, especially Thursday morning as areas of fog will be found.
Drier weather will likely return by Friday Night Lights, but fields will certainly be wet. The first dose of cold air will arrive Friday night and Saturday as clouds exit stage east.
Another storm arriving Sunday night will linger into early next week with a cold, cold rain. The next dose of air in its wake will turn out even colder as nighttime low temperatures will dip into the 20s and 30s across the region.