SUNDAY:MOSTLY CLOUDY, 50% CH T-STORMS, HIGH 85. WIND: NE 5-10.
SUNDAY NIGHT:MOSTLY CLOUDY,40% CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS, LOW 70. WIND: NE 3-8.
WEATHER DISCUSSION: RAIN CHANCES WILL BE INCREASING THROUGH SUNDAY AS SOME GULF MOISTURE MOVES TOWARD THE CSRA. AN UPPER-LEVEL LOW WILL BE MOVING THROUGH THE AREA, WHICH WILL BE THE CAUSE OF THE UNSETTLED PATTERN THROUGH TUESDAY. BY MID TO LATE NEXT WEEK, A TROPICAL WAVE (WHICH USE TO BE TROPICAL STORM ERIKA) WILL BE MOVING IN THE DIRECTION OF THE SOUTHEASTERN STATES. THE QUESTION RIGHT NOW IS HOW MUCH RAIN WILL THAT SYSTEM BRING US. THAT PART OF THE FORECAST WILL NOT BE CLEAR UNTIL THE TROPICAL WAVE IS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY.Like our WRDW-TV Weather Facebook page for comprehensive coverage on your weather from Augusta's most trusted Weather Team, News 12.
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