After an active afternoon we’re starting to slowly dry out this evening. The storms that do develop tonight will most likely set up across southeast Georgia.
Those storms will have the potential to become severe with strong winds, heavy rainfall, lightning and isolated tornadoes possible.
We’ll dry out overnight with lows mild in the mid to low 70s. With a tropical air mass just off to our northwest, we’ll feel the humidity that’s for sure.
Scattered showers and highs in the upper 80s low 90s will follow us into the workweek.
Below shows how wet we have been and if you are heading to the beach, be alert to “thunder roaring”.