Macon set a new record low with a cool 57 degrees before 6 a.m. Wednesday.
The temperature breaks the previous minimum temperature of 62 degrees set on June 27 in 1946, according to National Weather Service records.
The pendulum has swung from Tuesdays high of 94, which was two degrees warmer than normal, to barely hitting 90 Wednesday, according to the forecast.
Humidity levels will also be much lower which prompts a high fire danger warning for Wednesday afternoon and early evening in Central Georgia.
Winds are expected between 10 and 15 miles per hour with gusts over 20 miles per hour.
Extreme caution is advised to prevent brush fires from discarded cigarettes and barbecue coals.
Temperatures are expected to rebound to near triple-digits by the weekend.