Two rounds of sub-freezing weather left this week
MACON, Ga. - Mother Nature is planning two more rounds of sub-freezing temperatures for Middle Georgia this week.
WEDNESDAY MORNING: Areas from Warner Robins north are expected to deal with temperatures at or below freezing. Temperatures should warm quickly, with all areas climbing above freezing by 10 a.m. For areas south of Warner Robins, temperatures will be close enough to freezing that patchy frost is possible. All of Middle Georgia should not only protect spring vegetation but bring in your pets as well.
THURSDAY MORNING: All of Middle Georgia is under a freeze watch. This will likely be upgraded to a freeze warning Wednesday afternoon. All of Middle Georgia should not only protect spring vegetation but bring in your pets as well.
Warmer weather is expected to move in starting Thursday afternoon.
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