FIRST TO ALERT: Remnants of Alberto keep thunderstorms in the forecast.

FIRST TO ALERT: Remnants of Alberto keep thunderstorms in the forecast.

Alberto has left behind a tropical air mass in its wake, leaving the Chattahoochee Valley blanketed in near oppressive humidity. The remnant moisture will help spark another round of thunderstorms into the heat of the day this afternoon. Although clouds will still dominate the sky today, more sunshine manages to break through and bumps our temperatures into the mid-upper 80s—though it will feel hotter thanks to how humid it is.

Expect 50-60% coverage for showers and thunderstorms through Thursday, but a distinct pattern chance will take hold as we enter the month of June. A warming trend takes hold as more sunshine works its way through the clouds, putting afternoon highs back into the 90s in the days ahead. Rain coverage also decreases to 30-40% over the weekend.

Next week seems to favor an even drier pattern, with just a few isolated thunderstorms possible each afternoon.

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