We're catching a break from the frequent bouts of strong and severe thunderstorms, with only spotty local showers and brief thunder in sections of the Suwannee valley and interior southern Georgia. There will be variable cloudiness in the evening with muggy temps falling into the 70s after sunset. As summer begins Wednesday morning, we'll start off with lows in the low to mid 70s, then broaden the coverage of clouds and periods of rain as a slow-moving upper-level disturbance spins north of us over the Tennessee River Valley. The stuck system will draw up deep Gulf moisture and allow times of rain through Wednesday and Thursday that can be locally heavy. Highs will top out in the 80s. With soaked grounds from days of rain and storms, and considering about 2-4" of additional rain through the end of the week, locations are more susceptible to flood hazards, particularly where heavier rain persists.
--Casanova Nurse, Chief Meteorologist