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Good morning!

No one cares about the weather in the summer, at least not really. It's either sunny and hot or humid and rainy, but nothing really worth talking about. I get it. There really isn't much to write about either. 🙂 So since very few are reading, I won't spend a lot of time writing. 😛



A plume of deep tropical moisture remains in place over the area behind the remnants of Cristobal, which has been absorbed by an upper level trough moving northeastward from the Great Plains into the Great Lakes region. As the trough lifts northeast, it will become negatively tilted, and a cold front associated with it will then swing through the southeastern CONUS on Wednesday. Within the plume of tropical moisture and ahead of the approaching cold front, humid and sticky conditions will persist across north and central Georgia throughout the day today. Dewpoints reaching into the mid 70's and precipitable water values in excess of 2 inches can be expected through the day today.

Low cloud ceilings due to yesterday's rain, and some isolated light showers are ongoing across portions of northeast Georgia this morning. However, showers and thunderstorms are expected to significantly increase through the morning and afternoon as the incoming cold front enhances convective coverage. The highest rain chances, with high-end likely to categorical PoP's, are expected during the afternoon hours as instability increases with diurnal heating and in the area of lift ahead of the front itself. Afternoon SBCAPE values ranging from 1500-2000 J/kg and modest low-level in the vicinity of the front will lead to some potential for more robust thunderstorm development. A Marginal Risk for severe thunderstorm encompasses much of the forecast area today. Damaging wind gusts are expected to be the primary threat with any severe
thunderstorms that occur, along with frequent lightning and locally heavy rain.


So for most of us, this will be the last day for rain although there may be a few showers around during the early morning hours tomorrow. After that we start to dry out. The NE corner of the state/east/and south will still have a few lingering rain showers tomorrow, but most of the mountains and NW corner of the state will be dry.  Here's a look at dewpoints and precipitable water values coming up.




So that's it, short and simple today. I hope everyone has a great Wednesday!









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