The weather will get worse in this week, which will be the first in more than a decade in which the average temperature will not fall below zero, according to the National Weather Service.
This will make for some tough decisions, including which cities will get to the lowest temperatures and which ones will have to endure the worst, weather.org said.
The worst parts of the forecast include the most intense cold and rain, and a lack of wind, which means the chances of rain, snow, sleet and freezing temperatures are extremely low.
This includes the Atlanta metro area, which saw a record-breaking cold snap last month and a record low of 18 degrees below zero in Atlanta on Tuesday.
And that’s only the start of the weather.
Temperatures in much of the U.S. will also fall below freezing and the chance of snow is limited, although some areas have seen snow in the 30s or lower.
It’s likely that parts of Texas, Alabama, Florida and Arkansas will be colder than the normal low, as well, weathernetwork.com said.
The best parts of today’s forecast include cooler temperatures and a chance for some rain, which is good news for some areas.
But it will be an even better time to get out and enjoy the outdoors.