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More Rain in the Forecast

That pesky surface low is finally moving away hitting the east coast and could turn into a sub-tropical or tropical system while sliding up the eastern seaboard over the next few days, but…

Afternoon Rain Showers And Storms Again

  Rinse and Repeat, rinse and repeat weather forecast. More rain showers and some thunderstorms are expected to develop during the afternoon and evening hours.  Some of the rainfall could be heavy at…

Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms Tuesday

A small area of low pressure continues tracking north-northeastward into central Georgia as ample tropical moisture surges into the area. Could still see a few showers and maybe a few thunderstorms through the…

Opelika Police Investigate Friday Night Shooting

Opelika Police are investigating a shooting that occurred late Friday night. Police say a 32 year-old man was shot in the area of Chester Avenue and Clifford Street. The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds, but is in stable condition.…

A Wet Start To The Week

Showers and thunderstorms are likely today. With plenty of moisture around today moderate to heavy rainfall is possible. Abundant cloud cover will keep high temperatures around the lower to middle 80s today. Expect…

Hot Again Today But Much Higher Rain Chances Tomorrow

  Another typical summertime day as highs will top out near 93 degrees. Heat index values will approach 100 degrees today.  Afternoon rain chances will be around  30% for most locations. Rain chances increase significantly on Monday, as we go…

Typical Summer Weekend Forecast

  Your 4th of July forecast will include the too familar 3Hs, Hot, Humid, and Hazy. Highs today across our area will range from the low to middle 90s. Heat index values will be close to 100 degrees. Expect a…

Supreme Court Blocks Expanded Vote By Mail In Alabama

(CNN) - Alabama voters will have to jump through a few more hoops to cast absentee ballots next election. That's the result of a US Supreme Court ruling out Thursday night. Alabama requires absentee voters to submit a copy…

Weekend Showers and Isolated Thunderstorms

As a frontal boundary becomes stationary to our south, we can expect typical summertime weather this weekend with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms possible during each afternoon. While some storms may produce gusty…

Fewer Afternoon Showers And Thunderstorms Today

  Fewer afternoon showers and thunderstorms are expected today. The features responsible for the MCS (multi convective system) yesterday has shifted to our west. Diurnal heating and leftover boundaries will be the…

More Showers on Tap for Thursday

That boundary to our north continues to slowly creep towards us as low pressure develops to our west. The counter clockwise motion around the low will continue to pump ample moisture up into…

High Rain Chances Continue Today

  More showers and thunderstorms will form again today. Similar to yesterday some of the storms will be strong to severe and produce gusty winds, frequent lightning, and torrential rainfall. Expect highs in…

Strong to Severe Storms Wednesday

A stationary front to our north will continue to linger as quick pulses of energy ride the ridge and allow for more showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday. With ample moisture, moderate CAPE, better…

Better Coverage Of Afternoon Showers And Storms

  Expect a better coverage of showers and thunderstorms today, mainly after 2 PM. Southwesterly flow will continue to pump up warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico today. Additional lift will…

A Hot and Stormy Tuesday

A stationary boundary to the north of us will linger for a few days. Impulses riding along that boundary along with ample moisture and moderate CAPE will work to trigger numerous thunderstorms Tuesday…

A Hot And Humid Monday

  Another hot and humid day! Today should be the hottest day so far with a high around 95 degrees for the Columbus area. Heat index values will approach the century mark in…

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