Repeating weather pattern 

Posted: 8:44 am Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

By Kirk Mellish

One low pressure system and cold front today in our area with another cold front passage tomorrow. They turn up the Atlantic coast and become the 2nd big Nor’easter storm which helps bring freezing temperatures back to Georgia in the days ahead.

The 3rd in a series of low pressure systems and cold fronts brings more rain late Saturday and Sunday, which turns into yet another Nor’easter snowstorm for the Northeast and again tries to pull down some more cold air here.

See the sequence:

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(WxBell)

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The temperature brush back for the rapidly advanced plants is not good. We’ll have to keep an eye for any snow potential for north Georgia with each system, I don’t see any for Atlanta as of now, but just a little shift in data could change that with the last system.

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