AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW / WAGT) – A cold front is pushing east of the region and bringing drier and seasonal air into the region over the weekend. Grab a light jacket for when you go out tonight. Temperatures will quickly drop into the 60s after sunset. The sky remains clear tonight and the wind is blowing weakly from the west or less than 8 km / h. Temperatures are getting chilly tonight, dropping to the high 40s north of I-20 and the low 50s along and south of I-20.
The high pressure is retreating behind the cold front and bringing seasonal and drier weather for the weekend. The lows will be close to 50 by early Saturday. Sunny skies expected during the day on Saturday with highs in the mid to late 70s. The north wind typically blows less than 10 miles per hour.
Nice weather stays around Sunday with a cool start in the mid to late 40s around sunrise. On Sunday mostly sunny skies again with highs in the mid to mid 80s. In the afternoon the southeast wind blows at a speed of 5-10 miles per hour.
The probability of rain re-enters the forecast on late Monday with our next approaching front. It looks dry Monday morning through most of the afternoon, with a series of showers stretching from Monday night through early Tuesday. The highs will be warm on Monday afternoon in the mid-1980s.
Most of Tuesday looks dry as the rain breaks up early in the day. The highs will be near 80 with a mixture of sun and clouds.
Another front appears to be moving between Wednesday and Thursday next week. Keep it here for updates.
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