TRACKING ALBERTO: Isolated heavy rain remains possible
MACON, Ga. -- Tropical Depression Alberto crossed into south central Kentucky early this morning, but we can still expect some rain and thunderstorms from this system.
Our severe weather threat here in Georgia has just about dried up. Instability needed for strong to severe thunderstorms or tornadoes will be absent for the day today. However, heavy rain has been the main threat all week and will continue to be through the day on Wednesday. Some lightning from smaller thunderstorms and wind gusts around 20 mph will also be possible.
Over the next 48 hours we will see another half inch of rain on average. Some isolated areas around the mid-state, particularity those areas that see thunderstorms, have a chance to see another inch and a half of rain between Wednesday morning and Thursday evening.
More summer-like conditions will return late Thursday/early Friday. Afternoon high temperatures will reach the 90 degree mark and more sunshine is expected.
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