Rain will move out of the Athens area before Friday and make way for a partly cloudy day. A disturbance will develop over the Appalachian Mountains throughout the day Friday, which will not cause more precipitation but will cause conditions to be windy.
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A strong low-pressure system will move into the Athens area Thursday night into Friday, which will bring a high chance for rain showers and the potential for thunderstorms throughout the day. Winds during the day will be light and from the south, bringing in slightly warmer temperatures with highs in the low 60s and lows in the high 40s.
On Friday, a weak cold front will push through the Athens area, creating a chance for showers throughout the day. The cold front will also bring in more fall-like conditions, as we’ll see highs in the low 60s and lows in the 40s.
On Friday, the high-pressure system that has lingered over the Athens area all week will move out of the area and bring in a cold front. This will create a chance for showers late Friday night, with a slight chance for thunderstorms. The highs on Friday will be in the low 80s, with lows dropping below 60.
Friday will be a dreary start to the Homecoming weekend, with mostly cloudy skies and a 60% chance of showers throughout the day as a low-pressure system pushes through to the south. There is also an elevated chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. However, the chance of showers and storms completely diminishes by 2 a.m. Saturday. Highs will be in the mid-70s and lows around 60.
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