We are tracking this upper level low. We've been watching it spin off the coast of the Carolinas, Florida and it's kind of finally going to make its way towards us to end the week also going to bring us the best chance of showers and storms we seen this week so far. Let's go to your forecast. today. We are starting off comfortable. temperatures hovering right around 60 cool spots in the mid to upper 50s in the mild spots in the low 60s. Over respond very quickly with the sunshine again getting into the lower 80s By midday and then we'll see some clouds of tail end of the day coming in from east to west turning partly cloudy and temperatures. Maybe a degree or two cooler than yesterday's high of 89 degrees for this evening. Partly cloudy, warm to mild 83 to 74. And not as cool as we wake up on our Friday morning. 63 degrees. We are expecting that low to move in again. You can see that there's not a lot of showers and storms but the closer you are to that low the better chance of rain you will see. So that means east of I 75. About a shower and thunderstorm chance about 60% falling off to 40% here in Albany in the northwestern community just 20% Meantime, it looks like a surge of warmer air will be coming in here as we head into the weekend and more humidity. Watch out for fog Saturday morning that frontal system will lift north and the warmth will continue to build. We do have another front trying to press south and you do notice some complex thunderstorms here across Louisiana. This will probably bring a slight chance of a shower storm our way on Sunday. And then the heat will really take over as we go into next week. Friday 40% chance of afternoon showers and storms 63 to 83 morning fog Saturday more humid 63 to 88 on your Saturday, Sunday 30% chance of an afternoon showers storm 66 to 90 and then Monday heating up and again that is just a taste of what's to come. The hottest weather of the season near record levels next week and a full blown heatwave.
rab your umbrella, you're gonna need it. Today we're already seeing light rain this morning a slower commute because of the wet conditions and then this afternoon, we're gonna see widespread showers and thunderstorms we'll get into the mid 80s And then Temperatures will fall back into the 70s very humid conditions. And again, these thunderstorms could pack a punch and we have a marginal risk for severe storms, damaging wind threat and hail threat. It's a 5% chance isolated 20 to 32% chance they'll go from 1pm this afternoon to 9pm but it's already wet this morning. Showers and storms linger through this evening 75 to 72 and showers and storms will likely even in the overnight hours 69 But guess what, right when we get to the start of the weekend, we dry out so Friday look at this we'll see gradual clearing temperatures getting into the mid 80s and lows will be falling into the low 60s So the last gasp of some cooler air as we get warmer heading. into Memorial Day into the low 90s range chances 20% or less
Some of us got some pretty good rain yesterday hmm And we also unfortunately had some damaging wind gusts and some hail to it was focused a little bit more East between highway 319 in the Flint River on our Tuesday. What about our Wednesday? Well, it's going to be the western communities that will get the wettest today and have that threat for some stronger storms as well. We start off mild this morning to muggy lower 70s We'll get into the 80s around 10 o'clock and then top off near 90 here in Albany we will see a scattering of showers and storms West will be best today. It rhymes and it works for us. Let's talk about future clouds and radar. You can see the showers and storms starting to percolate down there towards Johnstown, Florida along the sea breeze. And so Seminole Lake Seminole into Seminole County into Decatur county gets wet first, one o'clock or so to three o'clock into Blakely and in through Colquitt, Georgia, and then up towards fort Gaines Cuthberts around three o'clock four o'clock into Stewart County in Webster County. And you can see that rain chances will begin to diminish as we go into the evening hours so there is a marginal risk for severe storms running from Americus down towards Newton to Bainbridge westward. 5% chance of damaging wind gusts your evening plan or a shower thunderstorm chances will begin to diminish 80 to 75. from seven to 11pm. Overnight forecast calls for mild mostly cloudy 70 degrees and a rain chance at 20%. All right, we do have a funnel system that will be progressing towards us and that's what's helping to really pull up the Gulf of Mexico mold moisture across our area and we may even see a couple of showers and thunderstorms in the morning on Thursday. But the main activity will come into the afternoon and you can see these thunderstorms will be packing a punch as they move into the area around three to four o'clock and then coming right across the Flint River around six to seven o'clock and then weakened as they move eastward towards highway 319 And I 75 there will be another development of showers and storms in the eastern communities on Friday from mid morning into the early afternoon. But after that it looks like the drier air will move in and yes less humid. I mean our dew points are in the 70s this morning, they'll be down into the 50s as we go into our Saturday so here's a severe threat for Thursday. It goes from one to 8pm 5% chance of damaging winds and large hail and will introduce a chance of a tornado too. And that line goes from Cairo to Moultrie. Oh, Silla, north and west. All right, let's take a look at that forecast. It is an act of time no doubt as its frontal system of breasts towards us. Rain chances 70%. Tomorrow mainly in the afternoon 70 to 87 30% Chance showers here in Albany on Friday and it'll be in the morning 70 to 88 in the Rain chances diminish for everyone turns less humid. We start off cooler on Saturday 63 to 87 on Sunday 65 to 90