Get ready for another hot and humid couple of days! Storm chances are down until the end of the week.
The slow-moving frontal boundary has moved further north, leaving Middle Georgia under a humid, tropical airmass. On Tuesday, temperatures will climb into the low 90's, but with the humidity factored in it could feel like the triple digits. Higher pressure will build in and bring about sinking motion in the atmosphere, keeping storm chances lower than they have been over the past few days. Any storms that form could feature heavy rain, but will be few and far between.
Any storm activity should then fade overnight. Lows will be in the mid 70's - a few degrees warmer than average for this time of year.
A very similar situation for Wednesday and Thursday, with just slight chances for precipitation. High temperatures will peak in the mid 90's, and the humidity will make it feel very uncomfortable during the heat of the day. Try to limit time spent outside during the heat of the day.
On Friday, a cold front will approach before becoming stationary across the southeast. That will bring more cloud cover, slightly cooler temperatures, and a return to normal summertime rain chances.
Partly to Mostly Cloudy, with Isolated Afternoon Thunderstorms
Highs: Low 90's
Chance of Precipitation: Low - Medium (40%)
Winds: WNW 5-10 mph
Partly Cloudy, with Isolated Afternoon Thunderstorms
Highs: Mid 90's
Chance of Precipitation: Low (30%)
Winds: SSW 5-10 mph
Today's Record Temperatures