Isolated showers/t-storms today
We have two river flood warnings in the Tennessee Valley. The Paint Rock River near Woodville, Jackson County Alabama is under a Flood Warning until Thursday 5 AM CDT. The River is forecast to rise to a Minor Flood Stage today. When the river reaches 14', the Butler Bottom Lowlands near the river are flooded, and waters approach county road 20, north of Paint Rock. The Conasauga River near Eton, in Murray County GA, is under a flood warning until this evening. The river has risen to 12 feet. At this stage, flooding of woodlands, pasture, and fields along the river, upstream and downstream from the gauge on Dawnville Road (GA Highway 286).
Isolated showers and t-storms will be very hit and miss from 1PM-5PM EDT today. We are not under a risk for severe weather today, therefore anything that does develop will not be long-lived. Rainfall amounts today will range from 0.01" to 0.20" total. It looks like dew points will remain fairly high through the afternoon and evening hours. I'm seeing dew points in the 60s through the evening. Therefore, lower dew points and less humidity look to increase overnight tonight and into Wednesday.
Tomorrow looks great, with sunshine returning. We're watching another cold front that looks to move in by Friday morning. This could bring rain and few thunderstorms early on Friday from 6 AM to noon. Friday won't be a washout, as dry weather looks to increase late in the day. The upcoming weekend looks to bring another thunderstorm chance. At this time, Saturday night and Sunday morning will be a period to keep an eye on.
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- 12PM: Mostly Cloudy, Isolated shower, 71
- 3PM: Increasing Sun, Isolated shower/t-storm south (GA, AL), 74
- 6PM: Mostly Sunny, 74