Warm Start; Cooler End To Weekend
Bad Hair Sunday; Some Weekend Storms
Warm weather will kick start our weekend festivities, so make sure you have some outdoor plans. That said, you will have to keep an eye to the sky, as there is the chance of a pop-up thunderstorm Saturday afternoon; otherwise, clouds and patchy fog will part for some sun. The stationary front that has separated warm air from cooler air will continue to slice the state of Georgia in half, but we should remain on the warm side of things and near record high temperatures for Saturday afternoon. The record in Columbus is 83 from just last year.
More numerous showers and storms return Saturday night into early Sunday morning with the passage of our latest cold front. Most of Sunday post 7am will be rain-free, but a gusty wind will be noticeable, along with a dip in humidity and warmth. Clouds will give way to sunshine, and temps will remain above average for this time of year.
Monday starts off chillier, but the sun should be bountiful. Moisture along the Gulf Coast may try to return at some point for the second half of next week, but there is an equal chance that the wet weather remains off to our south. Regardless, there should be more clouds around later next week when compared to the first half of the week. Have a great weekend!