Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue today. Broken clouds will be the weather story this evening. Don't put the umbrellas away, as periods of showers and storms continue tonight, especially east of I-75. 

We've picked up 0.50" to 1" so far with this event since Wednesday. Over the next 3 days, we'll pick up an additional 1" to 3" by Monday night. With this, over the weekend, we will need to watch for Flash Flooding and small creeks and streams rising. A saturated ground, combined with high rainfall rates with storms this weekend, could bring hazardous driving conditions. Please have a way of getting alerts this weekend and early next week. 

Monday and Tuesday will still bring good rain chances to the area. Those east of I-75 look to get the highest rainfall totals with this event, where 3" to 4" is possible, this includes Murphy, Ducktown, Athens, Spring City, and the Blue Ridge Mtns. 

This low will eventually lift by Wednesday of next week, with the returning of some rather cooler temperatures for June to the low 80s during the day, with nights in the low 60s to upper 50s. Next week on Thursday and Friday is shaping up to be really nice with low dew points!

TONIGHT

  • 6PM: Broken Clouds, Sct'd Showers/Storms, 82
  • 9PM: Broken Clouds, Sct'd Showers/Storms, 78
  • Midnight: Broken Clouds, Sct'd Showers/Storms, 76