Clipped by the cold and hit with warmer readings and rain Sunday

Columbus, Ga (WRBL)- There were two frost days this week and this morning was the last frost for this week and beyond.  Readings will warm into the upper 60s and near 70 for Friday and the weekend we can expect the same for Saturday except for considerable cloud coverage for Saturday afternoon.

Sunday’s Gulf low-pressure system continues to strengthen and will bring a severe weather threat for the west coast of Florida and spread a wide shield of rainfall and a few embedded storms across our region. The good news is that we are on the weaker side of this system, so we are not going to see a severe weather threat.

Rainfall totals will accumulate up from .5-1″ of rainfall for the entire day Sunday through Monday early afternoon.  The temperatures behind this system will be about average or slightly below next week except for Sunday.

Average high temperatures are 60 and overnight low readings dip to 39.  Still no Arctic air from these mid-latitude Pacific storm systems. The next storm system is poised to sweep through for the following Saturday.

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