It was another hot and humid day with afternoon thunderstorms firing up and pushing east. These storms have the potential to produce heavy rainfall, gusty winds and frequent lightning.
Storms will fade by sunset, leaving us mostly dry overnight with temperatures in the low 70s.
Due to a disturbance in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, we weather will stay in our forecast heading into the beginning of the workweek.
This area of low pressure will lift north on Monday along the Gulf Coast, then move east across Central Georgia by Tuesday. With the added moisture in the atmosphere we’ll experience increased precipitation chances Tuesday through Thursday across SE GA and NE FL.
We’ll stay in a wet weather pattern through the next week so it;s important to keep that rain gear handy.