COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - Storms that moved through Wednesday night have fizzled out for Thursday morning but still some lingering clouds around. The storms helped to knock our temperatures down several degrees, so waking up in the upper 60s and low 70s thanks to the rain-cooled air in place.
Certainly won’t feel cool this afternoon as highs climb into the low-mid 90s, and we can expect more of the same for tomorrow. A mix of sun and clouds through the end of the work with only a 10-20% chance of a few isolated thundershowers. By the weekend, another disturbance moving through the Valley will up rain coverage to 30-40% for Saturday and Sunday, with the former looking like the day more likely to see some wet weather around. It won’t be raining all day long though, so just have the WTVM Weather app handy to notify you of any showers or storms around your area. Next week looks to start off on the hot and dry side as a ridge of high pressure builds in over the Southeast. Highs will soar into at least the mid 90s with feels like temperatures back in the triple digit territory. Rain chances look pretty slim (10-30%) until we get past the 4th of July.
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