COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - We didn’t see much in the way of rain Sunday, but rain chances look better tomorrow. Monday features of course more balmy sunshine, but expect some more clouds around and the potential for a few showers in the early afternoon as a disturbance moves across the Southeast.
Headed toward the evening hours looks like the best time for storms to fire up (around 40 percent coverage). The better threat for severe storms will be north and east of the Valley, but parts of our area could still see an isolated strong storm or two with gusty winds and frequent lightning. Apart from that, weather looks pretty standard for summertime this week: hot, humid, a mix of sun and clouds, and a 20-30% chance of storms through Thursday. Heading closer to the weekend, another disturbance eyes the Valley, upping our rain chances to 40-50% coverage by Friday and the weekend. Any days that have more clouds around will help keep temperatures down in the low 90s—but the humidity will still be running high!
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