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Daily forecast | The latest from WRDW/WAGT Meteorologist Tim Strong

Isolated storms today. A few isolated flood alerts look possible Thursday.
Published: Aug. 19, 2020 at 5:49 AM EDT
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AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -

The stalled front will be in play again for late day storms, but it will be weakening, which should keep storm coverage isolated to scattered in the afternoon and evening hours. Highs today should be near 90 and winds will be relatively light out of the southeast.

Patchy fog will be possible again early Thursday morning around sunrise. Better upper level energy and more moisture in our atmosphere will allow for better coverage of showers and storms on Thursday. This could trigger a few flood alerts across the area. The Weather Prediction Center currently has the CSRA under a marginal risk for flash flooding conditions throughout the day Thursday and into Thursday night. Highs on Thursday are expected to be slightly cooler and stay in the mid to upper 80s.

Heavy rain is looking likely Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. This could trigger a few...
Heavy rain is looking likely Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. This could trigger a few flood alerts across the area.(WRDW)

Highs are expected to remain in the mid to upper 80s again Friday and Saturday. Storm coverage both days is expected to be scattered in the afternoon and evening. Highs look to climb back to the 90s by Sunday into next week. At least a few isolated storms will remain possible Sunday into early next week.

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