I’ve been forecasting record warmth for today since Sunday and we look good to go.
Our yo-yo temperature pattern is, as expected, continuing the next 5 days and beyond. Today we started with a morning low that was about 10 degrees above the NORMAL HIGH of 55 for this time of year. The MAP ABOVE shows forecast record highs circled. For Atlanta we should be about 22 degrees above normal this afternoon easily breaking the 82 year old record of 72 set in 1937.
But a strong cold front arrives tomorrow crashing temperatures, it will be warmest before sunrise tomorrow with falling temps thereafter bringing the weather back in line with the calendar. Temperatures late tomorrow afternoon will be around 31 degrees colder than this afternoon!
A “wedge” (CAD) on Sunday re-enforces the winter chill:
The jet stream roller coaster ride keeps the ups and downs coming:
RAINFALL a little above-average as a result of the temperature back and forth next 15 days:
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