If you thought it was cool when you stepped outside this morning, you were right. It was record-breaking cool.
The mercury fell to 57.2 degrees shortly after dawn at LaGrange-Callaway Airport, shattering the mark of 63 set in 1969.
Other parts of the state also felt the unseasonably cool weather. In north Georgia, Cartersville posted a low of 54 this morning, while it was 55 in Dalton, Rome and Canton.
The forecast for Troup County calls for temperatures to return to normal levels, with highs in the mid- to upper 80s and lows in the mid- to upper 60s today through Sunday.
There’s a 20 percent chance of rain Thursday, increasing to 60 percent by Saturday.
Normal extremes for this time of year are 89 and 68.