High pressure will dominate middle Georgia for the next week that will give us dry conditions for the first half of the week before rain returns late week.
Tuesday will be a degree or two warmer than Monday, but due to the drier air we will not see significant values in the heat index. Mostly sunny skies will take over once again with small chance of a passing shower. Overnight lows will be slightly warmer as well rising to the mid to upper 60’s.
Wednesday is expected to be a sunny day without much cloud cover. High temperatures will top out in the upper 80’s to lower 90’s during the afternoon. More humidity will begin to move into middle Georgia due to a wind shift which may lead to a warm afternoon. Overnight lows should drop into the upper 60’s to lower 70’s.
Thursday will bring us the first chance of significant rain for the final week of June. Mostly sunny skies are expected, but we will have an isolated chance of afternoon showers due to the typically summer daytime heating. No severe weather is expected and our rain chances will come to an end during the evening hours.
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