Forecasts & Weather Updates

Monday Rain, Drier Weather Coming

A Few Strong Storms Possible

1/7Tonight Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7Monday-AM-Forecast Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7Tomorrow Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7School-Bus-Forecast5 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7Monday-Rain Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7Projected-rainfall-through-Tue-AM Show Caption Hide Caption 7/78-Day-Forecast7 Show Caption Hide Caption Abundant moisture continues to blanket the region keeping showers and afternoon thunderstorms in the forecast Monday with slightly lower chances on Tuesday. While there could…

Showers and Thunderstorms Scattered Through the Weekend

Some Storms Could Bring Strong Weather

Unsettled weather stays with us through the weekend as saturated gulf air will continue to cover the region helping prime the atmosphere for showers and thunderstorms. A slow moving front will sink closer down toward our area to also aid in the development of rain and storms. While no severe weather is expected, we could see a few isolated storms…

Rain Chances Ramping Up

Umbrella Weather Returns

1/9Today-is…6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/9Weather-Headlines6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/9Columbus-Today6 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/9The-day-ahead6 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/9Todays-Highs7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/9School-Bus-Forecast4 Show Caption Hide Caption 7/9UV-Level-Today5 Show Caption Hide Caption 8/9Beach-Forecast2 Show Caption Hide Caption 9/98-Day-Forecast6 Show Caption Hide Caption A better chance of showers and thunderstorms begins today and will stay with us through…

Thunderstorms Try To Ruin Outdoor Plans

Active Weekend For Storms

1/1FutureCast31 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days. This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms. As the coverage of thunderstorms gradually increases Friday afternoon to Saturday, Sunday and…

No Drought For A Reason

Soaking Wet At Times

1/3FutureCast22 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3FutureCast5 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3FutureCast31 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days. This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms. Low clouds earlier…

Daily Dose Of Storms Increasing

Wettest This Weekend?

1/1FutureCast4 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days.   This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms.    Initially low clouds will give way to some sunshine, allowing for typical Summertime…

Rain Chances On the Upswing

WEEKEND SHOWERS AND STORMS ARE LIKELY

Wednesday brought much less in the way of rainfall a day after a Tuesday of heavy rain and isolated flooding in both the Columbus and Auburn/Opelika metro areas. Only isolated showers and thunderstorms were able to pop in the much more stable atmosphere, and those should dissipate quickly once the sun sets. The pesky boundary that has hung around the…

Scattered Storms Today, Weekend Looking Wet

BEST CHANCE FOR RAINFALL COMES SATURDAY

Wednesday looks to be another warm one around the area, with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing during peak heating in the afternoon and evening hours. As in the past few days, any thunderstorm will have the capability to produce very heavy rainfall along with gusty winds and excessive dangerous lightning. Highs today will be in the 88-94 degree range, with…

Work-Week Storms

No Widespread Damage From Heavy Storms This Week

1/2busstop4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2currents7 Show Caption Hide Caption Patchy fog will greet Wednesday morning; otherwise there will be enough sunshine to boost us into the low 90s Wednesday afternoon. It’ll be another day of hit/miss slow-moving storms. However, deeper moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico will eventually tag team with a cool front approaching from the northwest….

More Storms; Less Heat

Summer Humidity

1/1currents7 Show Caption Hide Caption A couple clusters of slow-moving thunderstorms will remain on the prowl throughout the first half of the nighttime hours.  In a worst case scenario, isolated flash flooding can occur given the slow nature of the storms. Patchy fog will develop overnight into Wednesday morning; otherwise there’ll be enough sunshine to boost us into the low…