Anna Sims joined Storm Team 9 as a weekend meteorologist in July 2020. She is excited to start her career at home in the Chattahoochee Valley while working one county away from her home in Harris County, Ga. Anna began college at Young Harris College in North Georgia where she studied Environmental Science and was a competitive cheerleader for the Mountain Lions. After a year and a half in the Enchanted Valley, Anna’s passion for weather continued to grow, and she decided to transfer to the University of Georgia to pursue a degree in Atmospheric Sciences. Anna graduated from the University of Georgia in May 2020 with a BS in Atmospheric Sciences and a BS in Geography. Anna plans to pursue a Master’s Degree in the next few years while researching severe weather.
During her years at the University of Georgia, Anna did extensive research on tornadic events. One of her favorite research projects focused on the March 3, 2019 tornado outbreak - a date which Anna holds heavily on her heart. Anna was home in Pine Mountain during this outbreak, and she was less than half of a mile from where a tornado touched down in Pine Mountain. It was during this tornadic outbreak that Anna decided she wanted to pursue broadcast meteorology in the Chattahoochee Valley so that she could help keep her neighbors safe during severe weather outbreaks.
Anna spent most of her free time growing up with her grandparents in Harris County, and she loves the Chattahoochee Valley because it is her home. After spending four years away at college, she is happy to be back while she kicks off her career in Columbus.
We will see intervals of clouds and sunshine for Sunday across the valley with highs in the mid-50s. Partly cloudy skies overnight will give way to clear conditions and abundant sunshine for MLK Day with highs in the mid to upper 50s making for beautiful outdoor weather! n
For Sunday we will see some sunshine around for the first half of the day before clouds build back into the forecast. Highs top out in the upper-40s with a few isolated showers possible in the evening hours.
We keep things cool, cloudy, and dry for the weekend. For Saturday we see highs in the mid to upper 40s with breezy conditions bringing the wind chill back into play. Mostly cloudy skies give way to partly cloudy skies overnight to kick off Sunday in the upper-20s.
We will have some rain around on Saturday afternoon, especially in our southern and eastern counties, but other than that we see partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-to-upper 60s. For Sunday we see clouds decreasing throughout the day to make us mostly sunny and cooler with highs in the upper-50
We have one more cold night ahead of us before we start to warm up into next week, so make sure you keep the cold weather preps in place for one more night. For the work week we keep things dry with highs in the 60s until mid-week when we see rain returning to the forecast.
For your Sunday we will see a whole lot of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s to make for a great end to the weekend across the Chattahoochee Valley. We keep things pleasant and dry through midweek as highs get back into the 60s, but the next big change to the forecast comes Wednesday into Thursday.
We will see a whole lot of sunshine around in the forecast this weekend with no rain to mention and calm, pleasant conditions. For Saturday, highs will top out in the upper-40s, and you will need to do your cold weather preps again tonight as lows dip down into the 20s again.
We kick off the weekend with a whole lot of sunshine and pleasant weather with highs in the mid-50s across the Chattahoochee Valley. Overnight Saturday into Sunday morning we will see rain return to the forecast ahead of a cold front that is approaching from the West.
Things stay mostly clear, calm, and cool overnight tonight as we reach lows in the low-30s and upper-20s across the Chattahoochee Valley. We kick off the weekend pleasant with highs in the mid-50s and a whole lot of sunshine around in the forecast.
For Sunday we will see highs in the upper-60s and lower-70s with some isolated showers throughout the daytime hours. Overnight we will see the highest coverage of rain, and that will linger into the early morning and commute-time hours of Monday.
For the weekend, we are looking mostly dry during the daytime hours, but the overnight hours are when we see that best shot at some showers. For Saturday we will see highs in the low-70s and windy conditions as a cold front approaches the area.
Sunday’s forecast features mostly cloudy skies with highs in the low 60s. A cold front off to our west will approach the area today, and that will help our rain coverage to increase this evening into tonight to the 20-40% range.
We are tracking a low pressure system to our west that could bring some strong to severe storms to parts of the Chattahoochee Valley tonight. We will see rain throughout the day today, and could see some stronger storms moving through late tonight into early Monday morning.
After morning showers fizzle out, we will be mostly dry for your Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the upper 60s. For Sunday, we are tracking a low pressure system that is attached to a strong cold front which could bring us some showers and storms especially in the nighttime hours.
We will see a few showers on and off throughout the day for Thanksgiving across the Chattahoochee Valley - not a washout by any means, but there could be some showers and storms out there. The rain chance is going to die out throughout the day and by dinnertime almost all of us will be dry.
We start off the work week mostly sunny, cool, and dry with highs in the mid 60s across the Chattahoochee Valley. We will be breezy at times over the next couple of days with winds around 5-10 mph behind a front that moved through overnight.
We will see a beautiful Sunday across the Chattahoochee Valley today with highs in the mid-70s and mostly cloudy skies. Overnight we will have a cold front moving through, and that will cool us off a good bit into the mid-60s for highs to kick off the work week.
We are starting to settle into a more calm weather pattern as we head into the next several days. For the weekend, we will see highs in the mid-to-upper 70s, and we will see a whole lot of sunshine on Saturday.
Sunday’s forecast features a few spotty showers throughout the day, but most of us stay dry with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-70s. We will keep the breezy conditions that we saw yesterday around today and tomorrow as we head into the work week.
For your Saturday, we could see a few showers on and off throughout the day as we transition into easterly flow and bring some moisture back into the Chattahoochee Valley. Skies will be mostly cloudy and highs will only climb to the mid-70s today for a rather pleasant Saturday.
Sunday’s forecast features a beautiful day across the Chattahoochee Valley with low humidity and highs only in the low-70s. A cold front moves through overnight and will knock our highs into the 60s by Monday, and by Tuesday morning we could be seeing lows in the upper-30s.