A flash flood watch has been issued for locations along and north/west of I-85 until Thursday evening. 1-3" of rainfall possible.
Along with the soggy conditions, gusty winds in northwest Georgia will lead to an increased risk of power outages.
The heavy rainfall is expected to move in tonight.
Temperatures for the rest of the day won't move much, maybe only warming 1° per hour. Which means we'll be stuck in the 40s most of the day.
The wedge will be tough to break on Wednesday and temperatures will be slow to warm. Look for cool temperatures during the day as temps will be reach the low 50s. We may actually warm up during the evening, as a southerly flow takes over the shallow layer of cold air at the surface.
We warm into the mid to upper 60s Thursday. We hold on to a 70% chance for showers and possible thundershowers for the end of the week. The rain chance continues for the weekend, but it goes down to 50%. We hope to see more breaks in between showers for Saturday and Sunday.
We expect to have a dry day on Monday. Then showers return again on Tuesday.
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