Weekend Storms

Isolated Flash Flooding Possible

A couple heavy, slow-moving showers and thunderstorms will drift toward the southeast during the first half of tonight.   While most areas will not have a problem, isolated flooding in low lying areas that have poor drainage is possible.

Clouds will redevelop overnight through a part of Friday morning, helping to shroud part of the sunrise hour.    Nonetheless, a downward trend is expected in the thunderstorm department for Friday as one wave of low pressure currently over Georgia exits to the east.    Fortunate or not, additional storms associated with another storm system over Minnesota will drop southeastward with the core of the jet stream.   The end result with be heavy to perhaps isolated severe storms developing first to our northwest by day’s end Friday, then farther southeast later Friday night and Saturday.   It will not rain all day long on Saturday, but there will likely be a couple rounds of thunderstorms.

An occasional thunderstorm will redevelop Sunday afternoon into next week with no high heat expected.

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