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This Week In Georgia Weather - February 27th

Surface weather map from NOAA and the NWS.
Surface weather map from NOAA and the NWS.

Spring is right around the corner, and the temperatures will also be spring-like throughout the week (think 70's and 80's!!). However, don't expect sunshine and rainbows during this time period; cloudy skies and scattered showers will dominate the weather pattern Wednesday through Friday. On Saturday morning, a cold front will swing through, knocking the temperatures back down into the mid-60's.

Ready for spring? I sure am, too! The Vernal Equinox will occur at 5:14 GMT (or 12:14am EST) on Tuesday, March 20th. I like to celebrate spring by listening to Antonio Vivaldi's Le Quattro Stagioni, also known as the The Four Seasons. Of course, I will be playing the La primavera movements that day!! How do you like to celebrate Spring?

Also mark your calendar for Tuesday, March 13th - GPB will be airing The InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech! Created and organized by faculty of Georgia Tech, the objective of The InVenture Prize is to create incentives, resources, and a structure for undergraduate student innovation and entrepreneurship in a fun, high-profile event. Tune in to GPB TV on March 13th at 7:00 PM to see the 6 finalists demonstrate and defend their innovations in front of a panel of expert judges. David Pogue of the New York Times will also be hosting the show this year - you definitely do not want to miss out on this television event!

UPDATE: The White House interviewed two Georgia Tech students at the Institute's Invention Studio! Check out the article here!

Forecast temperatures for 1pm Wednesday

Forecast temperatures for 1pm Wednesday. Image courtesy of

Forecast precipitation for 1pm Wednesday

Forecast precipitation for 1pm Wednesday. Image courtesy of

Forecast temperatures for 7am Saturday

Forecast temperatures for 7am Saturday. Image courtesy of

Forecast precipitation for 7am Saturday

Forecast precipitation for 7am Wednesday. Image courtesy of

Drought Monitor for Feb 21