A corridor of rain, heavy at times, remains stuck across the interior of the Deep South, impacting the tri-state region and sections of southwest Georgia locally. Rain totals of over six inches in spots has triggered flooding concerns. The slow-moving boundary will continue to produce periods of rain off and on throughout the night. A few more of these areas may sag to the south and cause showers across the state line counties of Florida and Georgia before tapering off slightly overnight. With all the cloudiness and moisture, lows in most places will only fall to around 60°. Some mid to upper 50s are possible in interior southwest Georgia. The boundary will lift a bit to the north tomorrow before a new low-pressure surge develops in the Gulf and moves northeastward, spreading more heavy rain into the region later tomorrow. It will be warm and mostly cloudy beforehand, with highs well into the 70s in many areas. Thursday will be the day to expect cooling and some clearing.
Posted at 4:53 PM, Feb 11, 2013
and last updated 2013-02-11 16:53:00-05
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