COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - With southerly winds returning tomorrow, moisture from the Gulf will creep back into the Valley, thus a better chance for more pop-up storms on Wednesday and Thursday, mainly during the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures should still run slightly at or above average in the low to mid 90s.
Friday into the weekend looks on the dry side again as a ridge of high pressure keeps rain chances down and temperatures up. Next week, another surge of moisture from the Gulf and Atlantic will bring more showers and storms during the afternoons and evenings again, though nothing out of the ordinary for a summer day.
So, apart from a few little tweaks to the forecast each day, this is one of those “copy and paste” type patterns – not much changing from day to day! And of course, the muggy air won’t budge much, leaving ample opportunity for heat indices to push into the upper 90s if not triple digits each day.
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