(Cleveland)- Weather forecasters say low temperatures early Saturday morning could be down in the mid to upper 30’s across extreme northeast Georgia, which means we could see some scattered frost. The higher elevations are more likely to see frost if any and it will be patchy.
Meanwhile, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) just released their 3-month, December through February Winter Outlook for the country. Forecasters say expected to be influenced by “La Nina” conditions, climatologists are expecting a higher probability of seeing “warmer than normal” and “drier than normal” conditions.
They caution that this does NOT mean it will be warm and dry all winter. For some reference, the past 2 winter seasons, we were in an El Nino pattern.