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Uvalda, GA 14 Day Weather

Lat: 32.04N, Lon: 82.51W
Wx Zone: GAZ112 
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Updated: 12/31 7:00 pm
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Updated: 12/31 7:00 pm
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5:24 PM to 5:51 PM EST
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Update is local observation time. What time is it in Uvalda? 7:00 PM Wednesday, December 31, 1969

Uvalda, GA Weather Forecast

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Uvalda 14 Day Weather Outlook

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Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 313 PM EST Thu Dec 02 2021 Valid Fri Dec 03 2021 - Sun Dec 05 2021 ...Widespread record breaking warmth likely throughout the central United States today... ...Gusty winds and fire weather concerns located over the northern High Plains... ...Winter weather possible beginning Saturday over the Northern Tier... A relatively tranquil weather pattern is expected to remain over the Lower 48 through the end of the work week, with dominant high pressure located across the southern half of the U.S. and a powerful jet stream remaining over the Northern Tier. As a result, well above average temperatures are forecast for nearly the entire country over the next few days. The warmest weather will occur today as highs soar into the 60s and 70s from the Great Plains to the Mid-Atlantic, which equates to around 20-30F above normal for early December. Current observations indicate dozens of locations are nearing their daily record high temperature reading from the Rockies to east of the Appalachians. Looking ahead to the weekend, highs are forecast to remain above normal on Friday, and some areas in the Southeast may threaten their daily high record again. However, temperatures should begin to cool slightly as a cold front enters the midsection of the Nation. The combination of these warm and dry conditions, along with gusty winds could lead to an Elevated Risk of fire weather, per the Storm Prediction Center. Additionally, High Wind Warnings extend along the Rocky Mountain Front this afternoon for wind gusts around 65 mph. Little precipitation is forecast across the U.S. through the beginning of the weekend. A majority of the precipitation activity should likely remain confined occur to the Northeast and Great Lakes as a potent low pressure system swings through southeast Canada. This system and associated cold front will aid in producing showers across the Northeast today. Meanwhile, with arctic air surging behind the cold front, lake effect snow is likely to begin overnight into Friday morning across the typical snowbelts of Upstate New York. Light snow is also possible for upslope regions in far northern New England. Afterwards, the next area of focused precipitation will emerge over the High Plains on Saturday as a lee-side cyclone develops, bringing accumulating snows chances to the Northern Tier. The latest WPC Winter Storm Severity Index highlights moderate potential winter storm impacts with this activity beginning Saturday, so stay tuned for updates to the forecast going forward. Over the Southern Plains, a dryline interacting with a slow moving cold front will produce thunderstorms capable of producing moderate to locally heavy rainfall on Saturday, although widespread excessive rainfall is not anticipated. Asherman/Snell Graphics are available at https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ndfd.php
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