A Rainy Night in Georgia (and Alabama)

It was another chilly day with some of us not getting out of the 40s. There’s a chance we could top out in the upper 40s again tomorrow, but we’ll try to get into the low 50s here in Columbus.

Low pressure coming out of the Gulf continues to inject plenty of moisture into the area, so keeping scattered showers in the forecast through tomorrow morning. Showers look to become more isolated in Friday afternoon. Rain moves out by late Saturday morning and helpings of sunshine will be plentiful on Sunday. Weekend highs won’t be as chilly reaching the low to mid 60s. Lows will range from the upper 30s to the upper 40s.

Fast forward to Monday. We’re keeping an eye on a projected cold front that is on track to push through Tuesday producing thunderstorms Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning. Damaging winds are the main concern as of this writing, but cannot rule out tornado activity if the system chooses to intensify. Stay weather aware.

Thanks for checking in. Now get on out there and make it an awesome evening.

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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