Forecasts & Weather Updates

A Warm Memorial Day Weekend, Could See Some Rain

It's the Unofficial Start of Summer!

Wall to wall sunshine today was we warm up to the mid to upper 80s and maybe some 90s. Temps in the low to mid 60s tonight. A look ahead to Memorial Day weekend sees sunshine tomorrow, clouds mixing in on Sunday with isolated showers late, and scattered showers with isolated thunderstorms on Monday. Holiday highs will be in the…

NOAA: Above-Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season

FORECASTERS PREDICT ABOVE-AVERAGE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON

1/1Forecasters predict above-average Atlantic hurricane season. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – Forecasters say it could be a busy one. Forecasters at the climate prediction center are predicting 11 to 17 named storms this season, which runs from June 1st to November 30th. Of those storms, five to nine are expected to be hurricanes, while two to four of those…

Cooler Thursday, Warming Up for the Holiday Weekend

80S AND 90S FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Clouds moving out today as we begin to dry out with highs staying below normal in the mid to upper 70s. Windy at times. Much cooler tonight with lows dipping to the low to mid 50s. A look ahead to the long Memorial Day weekend sees lots of sunshine on Friday and Saturday, clouds mixing in on Sunday, and isolated…

Say Goodbye To Severe Weather, Hello To Temporary Comfortable Temps

STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS PUSH EAST BRINGING DRIER AIR INTO THE AREA

1/2Strong to Severe Storms Have Moved Well East of Our Area Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2More Comfortable Air Is Quickly Moving In As Indicated By The Lower Dewpoints Show Caption Hide Caption Say goodbye to severe weather as we welcome in drier, more comfortable air from the west! Another day of heavy rain and strong to severe storms rocked portions…

Showers and Thunderstorms Wednesday, Memorial Day Weekend Looking Great

SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE

More showers and thunderstorms today through this evening with daytime highs in the mid 70s to low 80s and nighttime lows hovering around the mid 50s. There is a marginal risk for severe weather with gusty, damaging winds being the main threat. Clouds will move out on Thursday as we begin to dry out with highs staying below normal in…

Showers and Thunderstorms Through Wednesday; Much Nicer Heading into Holiday Weekend

SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE

We will continue to see scattered showers and thunderstorms with some severe weather possible today with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Showers and thunderstorms this evening with overnight temperatures ranging in the mid to upper 60s. More showers and thunderstorms expected  for Wednesday with highs in the mid 70s to low 80s. -Miller Robson Connect + Follow…

Flood Watch Continues Overnight Through Wednesday

MULTIPLES WAVES OF RAIN AND STORMS THROUGH WEDNESDAY

1/2Rainfall Could Exceed 2 Inches For Many Locations By Late Wednesday Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2Plan For Rain This Week With Many Dry Hours In Between Show Caption Hide Caption A Flood Watch continues overnight through Wednesday for the majority of the viewing area. Waves of rainfall are expected over the next few days along a stationary frontal boundary that’s…

Showers and Thunderstorms Through Wednesday

SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE

Don’t forget the umbrella today. We will see scattered showers and thunderstorms by the afternoon with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. There is some risk for severe weather with gusty winds the main threat. Showers and thunderstorms continue this evening with overnight temperatures ranging from the low to upper 60s. More showers and thunderstorms expected for Tuesday…

Heavy Rain to Start Week; Cooler and Drier to End It

HEAVY RAINFALL, FLOODING POSSIBLE MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

After some parts of the area saw heavy rainfall over the weekend, another in a series of impulses will approach the area Monday afternoon, bringing a renewed chance of showers and thunderstorms. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect for our Alabama counties until Tuesday evening, with a watch likely to be issued for some of our Georgia counties once…