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Severe Storms Possible This Afternoon & Evening

A shortwave of energy moves into Alabama this morning, so we could see strong to severe thunderstorms off to our west that could make it to our area before mid-morning. Strong and…

Rain Returns to the Forecast

High pressure slides off coast allowing for moisture to start flowing up from the Gulf. Humidity turns sticky with isolated showers this afternoon. There may even be a pop-up thunderstorm. Rain chances will…

Stormy Friday, Awesome Weekend

Strong to severe storms passing through this morning will push out of our area by late morning, but there will still be a chance for showers in the afternoon. This cold front will…

Warm... then Wet... then Cool

Weather stays quiet today as a cold front continues to develop out to our west. This front will start to push showers into our area by Thursday afternoon. Adding in thunderstorms to accompany…

Cold Start Thursday, But Warming Up

After a frigid morning, temperatures will start to warm up a bit today as high pressure keeps us dry. While low pressure develops out to the west, there could be enough mid-level energy…

Marginal Risk for Severe Weather Tuesday

Bad News: Severe weather is possible Tuesday. Good News: The chance is lessening. A front will slam up against moisture rich warm air as it pushes into the region Tuesday and hover over…

Severe Storms Thursday Afternoon

A cold front will push through the area today producing the possibility of severe weather out ahead of it. Strong thunderstorms are likely with some producing damaging winds, hail, periods of locally heavy…

Wednesday, October 31st is Georgia's Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Day

Tomorrow (Wednesday, October 31), the National Weather Service along with state and local emergency preparedness partners (GEMA), will recognize Georgia's Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Day.  Many of you already know, Georgia (and the Southeast region) sees a secondary peak of…

August Ahead!

Thunderstorms that developed along the length of a weak stationary front to the south of Columbus earlier are now a recent memory.  However, it’s that same front that will be the triggering mechanism with the heating of the sun…