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East Cobb Forecast

29.7°F   Uncomfortably Cold
Feels like 30°F with a change of 0.0 °F/last hr
Currently, it is Clear and Dry
Winds around East Cobb are Calm
Currently, the rain rate is 0.000 in./hr

Current Weather In East Cobb (Marietta, Roswell, Atlanta)
Updated: @ 16-Jan-2018 4:10am - next update at 4:15am  
Summary / Temperature Wind Rain Outlook
Clear Clear
Currently: 29.7°F, Max: 30.2°F, Min: 28.9°F 29.7°F
 

Uncomfortably Cold

Feels like: 30°F

24-hr difference
3.2°FWarmer 3.2°F than yesterday at this time.
  Today Yesterday
High: 30.2°F
12:01am
46.1°F
3:34pm
Low: 28.9°F
1:20am
24.3°F
12:05am
 Calm NW
0.0
Gust:
0.0 mph
0 Bft - Calm
Today: 0.0 mph 8:51am
Gust Month: 12.2 mph January 13
Rain Today: 0.00 in
Rain Rate (/hr): 0.000 in
Rain Yesterday: 0.00 in
Storm Rain: 0.00 in
This Month: 7.44 in
Season Total: 64.94 in
3 rain days in January.
Tuesday

Tuesday: Partly Sunny then Chance Very Light Snow
Partly Sunny then Chance Very Light Snow
Humidity & Barometer Almanac Moon
Humidity: 78 %  
Dew Point: 23.7°F  
Barometer: 29.186 inHg Falling 0.01  inHg/hr
Baro Trend: Steady
Sunrise: 7:42am
Sunset: 5:52pm
Moonrise: 7:13am
Moonset: 5:40pm
New Moon
New Moon, Moon at 28 days in cycle
0%
Illuminated
UV Index Forecast UV Index Forecast
16-Jan-2018
2.5     Low 
17-Jan-2018
2.0     Low 
Atlanta Current Weather Conditions



East Cobb Weather Forecast - Outlook: Overnight

NWS      WXSIM      Forecast      Allergies      
Overnight

Overnight: Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear

Lo 29 °F
       Rest of
tonight
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Low: 29°
       NWS: Mostly clear, with a low around 29. Southeast wind around 0 mph.

WXSIM: Fair to partly cloudy. Low 29°. Wind south-southeast around 2 mph.
      
Predominant Pollen: Cedar/Juniper

Pollen Level:
2

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Hour-by-Hour WXSIM Forecast 5-Day WXSIM Forecast for Marietta NWS 5-Day Forecast

Short Term Weather Forecast for Marietta and Roswell


Rest of
tonight

29°

2
Tuesday

48°

3
Tuesday
night

19°

8
Wednesday

30°

10
Wednesday
night

18°

8
WXSIM threat forecast for Marietta, initialized at 1:00 AM Jan 16, 2018
No Hazards
Significant weather events are not anticipated in the forecast period.
* THIS FORECAST WAS MADE IN AUTOMATED MODE AND MAY BE LESS ACCURATE THAN OTHERWISE *
Threat table made possible using scripts by Jordan Gerth. Obtain them here.

WXSIM Forecast Image for Marietta, Georgia

Short Term Forecast Discussion Atlanta NWS FFC

SHORT TERM /Tonight through Tuesday Night/... Attention continues to be on
the winter weather potential at the end of the short term period. Latest
model runs are advertising slightly better moisture, and that, combined
with cold thermal profiles and partial thicknesses, will allow for a mainly
an all snow event. SO models are indicating some better lift in the
dendritic growth zone, especially late Tuesday night and into Wednesday
morning over portions of western Georgia and the south Metro/middle Georgia
area, which could locally enhance accumulations. In general, the models
have an overall consensus that this could happen, but with a lack of
consistency run-to-run, have opted to hedge amounts upward, but trend
towards the more conservative side. This is especially the case with the
snow grids for areas south of LaGrange to Macon to Warrenton. The models
are also in agreement in depressing snowfall amounts in the Gainesville
area due to downsloping. At this time, have advertised less than half an
inch accumulations in this area instead of the near zero accumulations, but
will need to monitor how subsequent model runs sort this out. 
TIMING...Onset timing has sped up even from the overnight solutions, with
pops increasing in far northwest Georgia from slight chance mid morning to
likely by 1 PM. Although the Atlanta area could see some flurries in the
afternoon, the better chances will be in the early evening hours through
the wee morning hours.  AMOUNTS...At this time, have gone with around 1 to
1.5 inches for the higher elevations of north Georgia, 0.75-1 inch for
areas generally north of a line from Rome to Ellijay, to Blairsville, and
under 0.5 inches for areas south. At this time, have a tenth of an inch
advertised for as far south as Americus (do not have any accumulations for
our far southeast corner counties). A Winter Weather Advisory has been
issued for far north Georgia and the north and west metro Atlanta area,
with counties parsed out to best reflect onset timing. At this time,
although accumulations are similar on the west side of the state (down to
LaGrange/Columbus) confidence is much lower in these amounts for
middle/central Georgia. As a result, these areas have not yet been included
in any Advisory, and instead a Special Weather Statement has been issued
for them.  OTHER HAZARDS...Taking a back seat to the snow potential is the
wind chill threat. Expect bitterly cold temperatures to impact the area in
the wake of the snow as extremely cold air settles over the area.
Temperatures Wednesday morning will be sub-zero or the single digits in the
far north, and in the teens across the metro Atlanta area and southwestward
toward LaGrange. Have opted to end the Winter Weather Advisory at 12Z
Wednesday to best capture both the snow and the wind chill threat without
having to issue multiple products. That being said, it may be necessary to
go ahead and issue a separate Wind Chill Advisory with tomorrow`s afternoon
package.  31  &&  

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East Cobb Weather - Atlanta Conditions, Forecast, Advisories

This station is located in northwest Georgia outside Atlanta. We are near Marietta and Roswell in Cobb County, often coined "East Cobb". We have a somewhat continental type climate, with cool winters and hot summers, but also with abundant precipitation, averaging over 50 inches per year, and well distributed through the seasons. Most of this moisture comes from the Gulf of Mexico.

Winter morning low temperatures average just below freezing, with highs around 50 F, but wide ranges are possible, with some winter highs near 70, and lows occasionally falling to near zero F in extreme arctic outbreaks. Snow falls at some point in almost every winter, but is not very frequent. Summers in Marietta are hot and humid, with morning lows about 64-70 F and highs about 85-91, with 100 possible. Thunderstorms occur many summer afternoons and can be severe in spring.

We upload to numerous Weather Sites including Weather Underground and are extremely active on Twitter. Our Handle is @EastCobbWeather. We stream the NOAA Weather Radio on our Website and recently became a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador.