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Cold winds dropping temps overnight, through the weekend
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Brace yourself for a cold, blustery weekend, as winter is nowhere near through with us yet.

Tempereratures throughout North Georgia are expected to drop overnight into the low 20s and upper teens as a cold front blows through the state. Winds will be steady at 10-15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph, dropping wind chill values into the single digits or lower.

Friday's high temperatures will only reach the lower 40s though winds will die down a bit. Overnight lows will be back in the middle to upper 20s.

Saturday's high should approach 50, but a second round of cold air is right behind, dropping temperatures back near 20 overnight and into the mid-30s through the day Sunday with gusty winds. President's Day on Monday will start with temps in the teens under clear skies.

The next round of rain arrives later Monday, with chilly temperatures not rising much above 40 degrees.

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