TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - One more unsettled day setting up before a ridge of high pressure builds in and quiets the weather pattern down a bit. Scattered storms expected this morning especially south of I-10. Throughout the course of the day, winds in the lower levels and upper levels of the atmosphere will come in from the south pushing the rain coverage farther into our interior counties, including south Georgia. South-central Georgia hasn't gotten in on as many of the storms as many of us have seen, but today, you'll see a few more storms head your way. Temps will be a little cooler than earlier this week, courtesy of the ample moisture and on and off cloud cover only getting in the mid 80s for afternoon highs. To end the work week, storm coverage becomes more spotty, mainly only impacting our western counties in the afternoon. More sunshine will allow temps to get into the low 90s. High pressure becomes dominant heading into the weekend with only isolated heat-induced storms possible. Most will stay dry but all will experience the heat and humidity with temps climbing well into the mid 90s through next midweek. A few more storms are possible as the ridge breaks down by next Tuesday or so, but it still won't be as widespread as we're currently seeing, so enjoy the rain while we have it!
Posted at 4:41 AM, Jun 11, 2015
and last updated 2015-06-11 04:41:00-04
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