A cold front will move in close, but might not pass us, regardless the front will send solid rain chances our way. The late afternoon seems to be the most likely time for rain and thunderstorms to move in. The showers should last through at least the early evening. High temperatures will drop slightly due to the incoming front. Thunderstorms are likely both this afternoon and this evening before the rain lets up overnight tonight.
Mostly Sunny skies return on Friday as the front shifts back north. Since the front will move north and won’t pass us again we can expect more humid air and warmer temperatures for the start of the weekend. The upper 80’s for high temperatures is a safe bet, but it would not be surprising to see a few spots in middle Georgia cross the 90 mark before the day is over.
Over the weekend there is still an isolated chance of rain, but the biggest thing to watch for will be the hot temperatures. On Saturday we are expected to hit the lower 90’s for a high temperature and Sunday will be maybe a degree or two cooler due to a bit more cloud cover.
TODAY: Rain and T/Storms, Mostly Cloudy…High 82, winds S-15 gusting to 30 mph
TONIGHT: T/Storms and Patchy Fog, Cloudy... Low 65, winds S-5
TOMORROW: Rain Ending Early, Warm and Clouds Clearing…High 88, winds S-8
Today's Record Temperatures