Daily forecast | The latest from WRDW/WAGT Chief Meteorologist Riley Hale
Storms clear out tonight. Dry Saturday before more storms possible Sunday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - Soggy outlook across the CSRA through Friday evening. This will be thanks to the remnants of Beta moving across the region. An isolated severe thunderstorm or two can’t be ruled out this afternoon and evening in the eastern CSRA. Most of the area should dry out after midnight with mostly cloudy skies into early Saturday morning. Lows early Saturday are expected to be in the mid to upper 60s. Winds will be out of the west generally less than 10 mph.
Saturday is trending mostly dry across the area. Skies will be mostly cloudy early on then clear out in the afternoon. Highs will be getting warmer Saturday in the mid to upper 80s. Winds will be out of the northwest behind the cold front from Friday and stay between 5-10 mph.
Sunday is now looking a little wetter. Isolated to scattered showers and storms look possible Sunday into Sunday night. It’s not looking like an all day rain, but watch out for passing showers and storms for any outdoor plans. Highs will be seasonal in the mid 80s. Winds are expected to turn back out of the south between 3-8 mph.
Storms will be possible Monday as another cold front heads towards the area. Afternoon highs will be back in the mid 80s. Storms will be possible again Tuesday as the main front moves through the area.
Once the front moves south and east of the CSRA Wednesday it will reinforce cooler than average temperatures across the region. Highs Wednesday into next weekend are expected to be in the mid to upper 70s during this stretch with lows back down in the mid 50s. Mostly sunny conditions are also expected.
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