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Cold now? Colder temps still to come

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ATLANTA -

If you think it's cold out there--- well, you're right.  FOX 5 Storm Team chief meteorologist Ken Cook says temperatures plummeted this morning into the 30s in most areas, but it's going to get even colder in the next couple of days.

Tonight, we'll see clear skies and cool weather.  Temperatures in the mid-30s to lower 40s.

Friday looks even colder, as another front makes its way through the state.   Ken says Friday's temps will be more in line with late November to early December averages in the mid to upper 50s.  

You'll want to bundle up on Friday night as we'll see the coldest overnight lows yet for the season-- with low 30s throughout metro Atlanta.

The coldest temperatures will be felt on Saturday morning.  A freeze watch is in effect for all of north Georgia into the central parts of the state (see graphic). Make sure you bring in the pets and house plants.

By Sunday, temperatures will march back up to the 70s, where they should remain until Thursday.

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