FROM STORM TEAM 3 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST KRIS ALLRED…
TORNADO WATCH in effect until 8pm for two Georgia counties… Montgomery & Toombs. A watch means that tornadoes are possible. Stay with STORM TEAM 3 for updates. Download the free WSAV weather app for instant alerts.
VERY WARM LATE WEEK TEMPERATURES WITH ONLY A STRAY SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM AT BEST TO COOL YOU DOWN
TONIGHT: While there is a tornado watch in effect for Toombs and Montgomery Counties, most of the area will stay dry and quiet. The storm approaching from the west will head more toward the northeast, leaving out most of our area. So expect partly cloudy skies and very mild lows in the mid to upper 60s.
FRIDAY: It gets even hotter. Mostly sunny skies with near record high temperatures. Highs in the low 90s inland… to the mid 80s on the coast. The record high for April 28th is 93 degrees set in 1942.
SATURDAY and SUNDAY: A mixture of sunshine and scattered clouds each day. A very slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm Saturday… with isolated showers and thunderstorms Sunday. Highs Saturday in the upper 80s to near 90 inland… with low to mid 80s on the islands. Sunday highs in the upper 80s inland… to the low 80s on the Atlantic shore. The chance of rain is 10% Saturday… and 10% Sunday.
EARLY NEXT WEEK: Better rain chances will return Monday as a cold front moves in… with widely scattered showers and thunderstorms and highs in the upper 80s. By Tuesday… cooler air moves in with isolated showers in the morning. Highs drop to around or a little over 80.
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