Small Chance of Afternoon Shower
Happy Wednesday! It was a beautiful day here in North Georgia as temperatures climbed up into the upper 80s. Athens came close to 90°F, but halted at 89°F. As we move into the evening and tomorrow, rain moves in to areas to our west. Athens and the rest of our forecast area should stay dry tomorrow, but that won’t stop the clouds’ relief from the heat. Even if it is only by a few degrees. Check the details below.
Tonight: Few passing clouds overnight. Light southeast winds with a low near 64°F.
Thursday: Partly cloudy skies with the small possibility of a passing shower. Light southeast winds. High near 86°F.
A few passing clouds will scoot over the Southeast as the thunderstorms in Alabama fizzle out. Overall, we’ll stay dry tonight. Lows will be in the low to mid 60s.
While the Southern Plains will see plenty of severe weather tomorrow, chances of rain will be hard to come by in our area. A fair portion of the Southeast has a shot at some afternoon thunderstorms and showers by reason of the energy associated with the system digging well to our west. A stray shower is possible tomorrow afternoon, but most of the activity remains west in Alabama and north in Tennessee.
In the meantime, partly cloudy skies will keep us a few degrees cooler than today. It’ll still be hot, so be sure to stay cool!
Weather Video of the Day:
Do you like thunderstorms? What about flying? Or what about both? I’ve always thought this would be a spectacular sight. Then again, it looks terrifying. Props to pilots for keeping their cool.