Showers, some heavy at times, likely for Sunday. By afternoon, a line of storms will sweep through. Right now, there is still a threat that some of those storms could turn severe. The best chance for severe weather (winds 60+mph and isolated tornadoes) will be along and south of a line from LaGrange to Macon to Augusta, however, strong storms (winds around 40-60mph) are possible anywhere south of I-20.
The rain ends by lunchtime Monday. We will get much colder for late Thanksgiving week. We will have a high of only in the low 50s on Thanksgiving day after a morning low in the low 30s.
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