Forecasts & Weather Updates

Warm Start, Wet End to Week Ahead

SCATTERED STORMS AND HOT TEMPS MONDAY AND TUESDAY

After a mostly rain-free week, we’ve seen some scattered showers and thunderstorms dot the landscape this afternoon and early evening, especially in our Georgia counties near and just east of Columbus. Brief heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and plenty of lightning will accompany the stronger storms, which should die off quickly once the sun sets. Expect a repeat of scattered afternoon…

The Heat Is Back!

Little To No Wet Weather

1/3Evecast1 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3beachcast1 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3GRASS Show Caption Hide Caption What a turnaround over the past 24 hours!   Although there is plenty of moisture over the Gulf of Mexico, high pressure building in intensity across the region will keep a lid on most thunderstorms until next week.   That’s not to say it will be completely…

Drying Out, Warming Up!

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS STILL AROUND, BUT COVERAGE MUCH LESS

Happy Friday! After a few days of moderate to heavy rainfall over the area, conditions will improve heading into the weekend. Only scattered showers and thunderstorms will be around today, with the highest chances along the US 19 corridor. Temperatures will respond with the lower amount of rainfall and cloud cover, rising into the mid to upper 80s. Even more…

Drizzly Start To Friday

Heat Builds This Weekend

1/3busstop1 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3currents Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3beachcast Show Caption Hide Caption Low clouds and fog will likely cough up some drizzle through Friday morning.   However, much less precipitation is expected into next week.   After the clouds and fog burn off Friday morning, there will be some sun with a thunderstorm back on the prowl. Higher heat…

Wet Weather Tapers Off

Heat Returns

1/4floodwatch1 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4Evecast Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4currents Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4beachcast Show Caption Hide Caption Showers and thunderstorms will continue across the region this evening before winding down and moving away toward the northeast.   That said, low clouds and fog will likely still cough up some drizzle through Friday morning.   However, much less precipitation is…

A Soggy Thursday

1-2"+ Additional Rainfall Expected Through Friday AM

1/9Today-is… Show Caption Hide Caption 2/9Weather-Headlines Show Caption Hide Caption 3/9Columbus-Today Show Caption Hide Caption 4/9The-day-ahead Show Caption Hide Caption 5/9Todays-Highs1 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/9Projected-Rainfall-Through-Friday-AM Show Caption Hide Caption 7/9Flash-Flood-Watch Show Caption Hide Caption 8/9Beach-Forecast Show Caption Hide Caption 9/98-Day-Forecast Show Caption Hide Caption The stalled front to our west and associated low pressure continues to stream heavily saturated…

Flood Watch In Play For Some

Quieter Weather This Weekend, But Not Rain-Free

1/3busstop Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3FutureCast Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3floodwatch Show Caption Hide Caption Additional bouts of rain, including a heavier thunderstorm, will run from southwest to northeast across the region through Thursday. Another 1-3″ of rain, on average, is expected through Thursday evening, although a few spots can receive as much as 4″. The flash flood watch was…

More Rain/T-Storms

Quiter Weekend Overall

1/3floodwatch Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3FutureCast Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3busstop Show Caption Hide Caption Additional bouts of rain, including a heavier thunderstorm, will run from southwest to northeast across the region tonight.   The wet weather will likely taper to showers or a thundershower overnight, but at no point does drier move into the picture.    Another 1-3″ of rain, on…

More Rain

Flooding remains a threat

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Heavy Rain At Times

Flash Flooding For Some

1/2currents2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2floodwatch Show Caption Hide Caption A flash flood watch is in effect until Thursday evening for numerous counties across Alabama and Georgia. While the steadiest of the rain from earlier Tuesday has moved on, the Gulf of Mexico remains wide open for business the rest of this week. Additional rounds of showers and thunderstorms will…