Weather update from WTOC meteorologist John Wetherbee

February 14, 2013 

Clouds are clearing slowly and cooler temperatures are now in place. The radar is all clear -- we may see no rain for the next five days.

Clouds are keeping our afternoon highs a little cooler. A weak area of high pressure is diminishing across Georgia later tonight. A Canadian cold front will drag light snow into the Tennessee Valley, even north Georgia, as early as tomorrow night. That front will be dry when it passes us Saturday, bringing with it gusty winds and colder temperatures. Temperatures are expected to down to freezing Sunday morning, but azaleas can handle that.

A new, stronger Pacific cold front is due Tuesday with our next rain chance. Meteorologist John Wetherbee, CBM

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