A Tornado Watch has been issued through 9p.m. for all of our South Georgia counties and Baker, Suwanee, and Hamilton counties in Northeastern Florida.
Showers and storms will build across Southeastern Georgia between 4-7p.m. and the line of storms will be breaking up and weakening as it moves into Northeastern Florida between 7-11p.m. Damaging gusts of wind and small hail are the primary concerns, mainly to the north of I-10, but an isolated tornado is also possible.
You can read more about what to expect with this evening’s storms here...
The downpours will move offshore around midnight. Skies will clear overnight as a cold front moves through our area.
We wake up chilly, in the mid 50s Wednesday morning. Expect beautiful sunny skies, breezy northwesterly winds between 10-15 mph, and cool temperatures only topping out in the low 70s.
Thursday starts off chilly again, in the low 50s. Under sunny skies we will warm up into the mild mid 70s.
Friday starts off chilly, in the low 50s but warms up into the comfortable upper 70s for the afternoon hours.
For the weekend, we will wake up cool and then warm up into the low 80s for the afternoon hours.
The mid 80s are back Monday and Tuesday.