Daily Forecast | From First Alert Meteorologist Mikel Hannah-Harding
Rain and storm chances continue with below-average high temperatures.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - A stalled front will sit parked over the Southeast through the end of this week, meaning we can expect cloudy skies, mild temperatures and periods of wet weather.
There is a low risk for flash flooding in southern counties in the CSRA through this evening, so if you live in a flood prone area be aware. Isolated to widely scattered showers and storms will continue through sunset this evening. Winds will be light and out of the east overnight into tomorrow. There is still a decent chance for scattered showers and storms once again Friday. Afternoon highs will be slightly cooler, mainly in the middle 80s. Our southern counties are also under a low-level risk for flash flooding once again.
Rain chances will continue to decrease as we head into the July 4th weekend but showers and storms still look possible through Sunday. The actual July 4th holiday has been trending drier over the last several days but a few isolated afternoon showers/storms still can’t be ruled out. Rain totals will range from 0.50″ - 1.00″ through next Tuesday with higher amounts possible if you get underneath a heavy downpour. We definitely could use the rain with all of the majority of the CSRA under moderate drought conditions. Keep it here for the latest updates.
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