What a difference a few degrees make. The National Weather Service in Peachtree City has cancelled a freeze warning, issuing instead a frost advisory for overnight.
The frost advisory is in effect from 2 a.m.-10 a.m. Friday, March 29. There could be a few spotty locations that reach freezing for a brief period. In Cartersville patchy frost is expected to develop starting after 4 a.m., and end by 9 a.m.
Temperatures during this time will generally be from 33 to 36 degrees, with a few locations getting a degree or two lower.
Areas of frost will develop on early budding and flowering vegetation, putting them at risk. So cover those sensitive outdoor plants to protect them.
Friday will be party sunny, with a high near 66. There's a 20 percent chance of showers after 3 p.m., with that increasing to 30 percent mainly after 10 p.m. Don't expect another frost advisory, as the low will be 44 degrees.
On Saturday the chance of showers goes up to 40 percent. It will be mostly cloudy, but still warm with a high of 67 degrees. And Saturday night won't be so cold, either, as the forecast calls for alow around 50.
Easter Sunday will stick with the warmer weather, with the high again 67 degrees. Your chances of getting wet are higher, too, with showers likely ad possibly a thunderstorm. The chance for rain is 60 percent. That drops to 40 percent Sunday night. And the low won't slip below 50, according to the National Weather Service.