Saturday is still the best the weekend has to offer. Sunday will not look or feel nice at all. Hat tip to the music group U2 for the headline pun.
The good ole “wedge” or CAD is coming to town yet again this Sunday. When cold air near the surface “wedges” down the East side of the mountains while warm moist air rides up and over it aloft.
Mostly nuisance variety rain on Sunday and Monday, moderate to heavy possible Tuesday into Wednesday, warmer then colder as the roller coster ride continues next two weeks.
But the wedge puts a real chill in the air for Sunday.
Below are SUNDAY WEATHER and mid afternoon temperatures from NOAA/WPC and the various PivotalWeather graphic model images and F5 Weather.
If you are new to following my blogs and don’t know a lot about the wedge, I’ve explained it a hundred times in the past and will go into more detail in the future. You can also google it.
NOTE: NOAA/NWS is more aggressive with freezing rain potential. I think, if any, it stays in NE Georgia mountains. I predict none for the Metro area.
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