We are days past the average last freeze date based on climatology (past weather history) but a chilly air mass in April is not that unusual.
A southward dip in the jet stream is projected with late-season snow expected in some Western and Northern states today into Thursday.
The cold air mass on the backside of that snow system will send a cold front through Georgia Wednesday with below-normal temperatures returning for a few days.
The chance of a shower Tuesday ahead of the front is not zero but is too small to worry about.
Gusty North winds will add a chill to the air on Wednesday.
MULTI-MODEL BLEND FORECAST LOWS THURSDAY MORNING:
MULTI-MODEL BLEND FORECAST LOWS FRIDAY MORNING:
FORECAST RECORD LOWS (in squares) WEDNESDAY:
FORECAST RECORD LOWS THURSDAY MORNING (squares):
ANALOGS FROM GFS % CHANCE OF <32F:
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