A diminishing cold front across interior Georgia is stretching to the southwest and providing a focus for spotty heavy rain and thunder across the Flint River valley of far southwest Georgia. These storms are generally moving northeast and have been briefly flaring up to strong levels. These, in turn, may spark off late-day shower and storm activity over central portions of the region, including the Tallahassee and Thomasville metro areas during the evening commute. The eastern Big Bend is also experiencing similar storm action and coverage, which should die off late. Lows will fall into the lower 70s with scattered clouds and patchy fog possible. Upper-level high pressure will build in from the west, prompting higher maximum temperatures over the next two afternoons with lower rain chances. We may see more middle 90s over the area Tuesday and Wednesday.
Posted at 3:21 PM, Jun 10, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-10 15:21:00-04
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