Rain chances will range from slight northwest to likely southeast Today. Everyone will continue to enjoy below average temperatures. Showers and thunderstorms will become likely area wide Friday. Rain chance drop off through the weekend. High temperatures rise into the 90s. Next week features hot & humid conditions with heat index values near 105. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will cool some off.
Drier is air winning out Today. Its also going to remain in the middle to upper 80s Today and the rest of the works week. Rain chances build back to the likely side by Friday. Rain chances are forecast to ease back and the heat builds back. Highs will reach the middle 90s into early next week. Heat index numbers may approach 105. Low will also warm from near 70 Thursday morning to the muggier mid 70s next week.
Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected by this afternoon with some locally heavy rain. Cooler daytime highs in the middle 80s are expected too. Rain chances ease to the scattered the rest of the work week. That allows highs to reach the upper 80s. And by the weekend we get back into the 90s. Drier and hotter weather is expected next week.
There will be higher chances for showers and storms tomorrow starting around lunchtime. Some of the cells will be able to produce strong gusts and heavy rain. High chances will continue on Tuesday and Wednesday
Today is a FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY for Dangerous Heat. Highs will soar to near 100 and heat index values 110 +. Tomorrow will be nearly as hot and more humid so heat index values soar 110-115. Saturday is also a First Alert Weather Day. Rain chances rise to the likely side by Sunday. We will squeeze another near 100 heat index out before the afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Rain becomes heavy Monday and Tuesday. Highs cool into the upper 80s. It stays wet through the middle of next week with cooler than average temperatures.
Good chance of showers and thunderstorms Today with a possibility of some flash flooding. That will keep highs in the lower 90s. Rain chances nearly disappear the next 3 days. A full blown heat wave is expected. The heat will become dangerous Friday and Saturday. Morning lows will barely fall in the the 70s. Highs should reach 100 and heat index values will soar to 110 + ! A FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY has been issued for Friday and Saturday. You will want avoid being outdoors from 11am to 7pm. A saggy front returns rain chances Sunday and it peaks Monday and breaks the Heat Wave. Below average temperatures are expected by mid week, next week. Highs in the upper 80s !
A very muggy start ends with numerous showers and thunderstorms and the potential for some heavy rain. Before that heat index numbers soar to near 105. Tomorrow woll be rather wet keeping highs in the lower 90s. We lose the rain chances to end the week and heat becomes dangerous. Highs reach near 100 and heat index numbers may approach 110. Rain chances build back Sunday into Monday and that should relax the heat.
Weekend leftovers with more heat and humidity and an isolated shower and/or thunderstorms late. Rain chance rise to the likely side Tuesday and Wednesday. An then drop to end the week. By then highs reach the upper 90s and heat index values soar to over 105. We may approach Heat Advisories Friday. Not much relief form rain heading into the weekend.
The rain free weekend continues. A nice start to our Sunday with lows a little below average. Enjoy it, because the muggies will return. Highs in the middle 90s with heat index numbers only slightly higher are expected Sunday afternoon. Mositure levels rise as winds turn more southerly. Rain chances rise to the slight side Monday and then scattered side Tuesday and Wednesday. By then you are going to want some rain to cool you off. Highs in the mid to upper 90s and heat index numbers 105 +. Drier and hotter weather looks to win out by the end of next week.
Good rain chances for one more afternoon. This weekend will be drier and hotter. Highs in the middle 90s and heat index numbers 100-105. Rain chances return to the scattered side next week with more heat will make it feel like it's near 105.
Showers and thunderstorms start to percolate around midday Today. Rain chances ease afternoon to evening and that sets us up with a drier Saturday. Highs approach 90 Today and get to the seasonable lower to middle 90s Saturday. Rain chances rise some Sunday and Monday and then fall off by mid week next week.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely by afternoon Today. The activity becomes more scattered Tomorrow and even drier this weekend. Highs go from near 90 to the lower to middle 90s. Lows stay in the muggy lower to middle 70s. Rain chances to ease even more next week and highs reach the middle 90s.
Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected to take over this afternoon with a high around 90 degrees. Elsa will affect SW Georgia Wednesday 9am to 6pm. The primary threat will be heavy rainfall mainly east of Highway 319 where 5 inches of rain may fall. A Flood Watch is in effect until Wednesday 8 pm. The next threat will be wind gust to 50 mph mainly east of a line from Quitman to Douglas. Tropical Storm Watch covers Brooks, Lowndes and Echols Counties through Wednesday Evening. The final threat will be a 2% chance of a Tornado mainly east of a line from Valdosta to Douglas. Showers and thunderstorms will still be likely Thursday with more seasonable weather taking over Friday into the weekend. Highs will reach the lower to middle 90s.