Your 3-Month Georgia Weather Outlook Is Here
In Georgia, for the most part, winter never really feels like winter like it does across the rest of the country. But, that said, we’re coming up on the final stretch of winter in the US. Although, aside from a few January storms, it didn’t feel much like winter across the country this year. But, now it’s all behind us, so let’s look to the future. The three-month Georgia weather outlook is here. So, let’s get into it.
The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center (CPC) releases maps showing the probability of temperatures and precipitation being above or below normal conditions. As they explain on their website, “The CPC also makes available versions of these outlooks giving temperature (degrees Fahrenheit) and precipitation (inches) for the lower 48 states by climate regions (Probability of Exceedence), analysis and outlooks of tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures (SSTs) which indicate El Niño or La Niña episodes, and skill scores of the CPC outlooks.” I always look at the three-month forecasts, as they show a general trend for the next quarter of the year, in terms of above or below normal temperatures and precipitation. Their latest forecast is for February, March and April 2024.
So, here’s the latest three-month Georgia weather outlook. The three-month outlook gives most of Georgia a “near normal” temperature forecast. That’s pretty boring, but sometimes boring is good. But, the precipitation outlook is not boring at all. Most of Georgia has a “leaning above” or “likely above” chance for above normal precipitation. The state is all green in the NOAA’s map, so we’re looking at a very wet few months. Just how wet will it get in Georgia? Time will tell, but make sure to be prepared. Moreover, find more information on the NOAA forecast for Georgia and the rest of the United States here.