More rain, then heat builds
ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - Summertime heat sizzled as highs topped the 90s with triple digit feels like readings Tuesday afternoon. As clusters of strong storms moved in temperatures quickly dropped for a nice cool down. However storms brought tons of lightning and heavy rain with threats of flash flooding. A few roads were covered with water early evening. Rain and a few storms continue through the evening. Isolated showers may linger past midnight otherwise a brief break before the next round of rain and storms Wednesday.
Despite more rain tomorrow, the heat stays as highs top 90° with heat index reading 100° to 105°+.
As rain chances drop the end of the week, high pressure builds and it gets hotter. Highs reach 95° to 99° while the heat index climbs to 108° t0 111°. Look for heat advisories Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Early week brings wetter weather and a break from the sizzling heat and high humidity.
In the tropics, rather quiet with no potential development the next 5 days.
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