COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - A few showers and storms have sparked up again for Friday morning in east Alabama and may slowly drift into west Georgia, though these storms don’t have a lot of momentum. We should see a break in any rain showers again by midday before some more storms could pop-up late this afternoon and into the evening.
Humid air has crept back into the Valley as well and will be sticking around for the long haul—unfortunately into next week when the strong high pressure ridge builds in and brings us well above-average temperatures. In terms of rain chances, we could see around 20-30% coverage of showers and storms each day through Monday with a mix of sun and clouds around. We should hit the low 90s over the weekend, but mid and upper 90s are a very real possibility next week as the potentially record-breaking heat cranks up. With stagnant muggy air in place as well, heat index values will likely be in the triple digits! And next week, cooling showers don’t look quite as promising despite the emerging summertime pattern.
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