So our seven day outlook continues to be hot, hot, hot, and all models agree that the front approaching the region on Friday will begin to retrograde after it brushes across northern Alabama and northern Georgia.
This is why isolated afternoon storms are in the forecast for Friday. Friday’s forecast is not a washout but in fact it should be good, despite any kind of disturbances north of I-85 and near our northern counties. Surface heating combined with high humidity is what helps to ignite these storms.
OVERNIGHT: Partly cloudy, warm and muggy. Low: 77
FRIDAY: Partly sunny, isolated P.M. showers and thunderstorms. High: 94
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny hot and humid. Low: 76 High: 95
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny hot and humid. Low: 77 High: 95
MONDAY: Partly cloudy, a stray thunderstorm. Low: 76 High: 93
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, a stray thunderstorm. Low: 75 High: 92
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy, chance of a thunderstorm. Low: 74 High: 92