Georgia Weather Forecast for January 2024
Was it just me, or did December not feel like December for most of the United States? Actually, it wasn’t just me, because according to the National Weather Service, December 2023 was one of the warmest Decembers on record for many parts of the U.S. My friends and family across the U.S. complained about the lack of snow, especially on Christmas, but I love it. Anyway, now, there’s a new Georgia weather forecast out for January 2024, so let’s get into it.
For January, about half of the U.S. has an equal chance of having normal temperatures. Georgia is part of that half. So, it looks to be a pretty uneventful month. Here’s your Georgia weather forecast for January 2024.
Aside from Georgia, The Climate Prediction Center is predicting above average temperatures for January 2024 from the Western United States through the Upper Midwest, including the Great Lakes. Also, they predict warmer than normal temperatures for the Northeastern United States. As for precipitation, the Center predicts average precipitation in much of the U.S., including the Northeast, and below average precipitation for parts of the Midwest. They above average precipitation for Georgia, but not well above average. Phew. Meanwhile, well above average precipitation is expected in Florida.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, in general, the Climate Prediction Center predicts a warmer winter for much of the U.S. We’re used to that in North Carolina compared to more northern areas, but it’s certainly now for those who live in the northern parts of the country. The Center’s outlook from January through March 2024 has above normal temperatures for most of the U.S., including us. The most above normal temperatures will be in the very upper Northwest and very upper Northeast. It will also be much warmer than normal in Alaska. The Midwest, Northeast and Upper Plains will also be much warmer than average. Meanwhile, the South and Central U.S. will be average.