Say farewell to the recent stretch of hot sunshine! Apart from a stray shower or thunderstorm Monday, we stay mainly dry until flipping the switch tomorrow. An unsettled pattern emerges in the Chattahoochee Valley Tuesday as a developing disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico sets its sights on the Southeast. This weak area of low pressure will bring an increase in rain and thunderstorm chances—nearly 50-70% coverage through the weekend.
Afternoon highs will be more bearable, thanks to more clouds and rain in the mix this week. Though Monday will still run hot in the low 90s, by Tuesday and extending into next week, low to mid 80s are back in the forecast! It will be more humid though over the next several days, as a result of the influx of tropical moisture.
As of right now, next week still looks to feature wet weather. Stay tuned!
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