High temps in the 60s won't last, as Wednesday ushers in a freeze watch covering north Georgia, including Cartersville and Bartow County.
In effect late Wednesday night through early Thursday morning, it warns of lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s, which could damage vegetation, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday's high temp is expected to reach 61, but Thursday night holds a slight chance of rain and snow.
NWS gives Cartersville and Bartow County a 30 percent chance of precipitation Thursday night, according to the forecast, which puts the low around 36.
A chance for the wet stuff continues through the weekend, when the highs are expected to reach the mid 50s.
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