It is looking like warmer temperatures are in the days ahead with highs back into the upper 80s to near 90. That is pretty typical for early July. Only isolated showers and thunderstorms are expected into the Fourth of July.
FOX 5 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist David Chandley's latest weather forecast
Clouds kept temps below the average on Wednesday and only a few areas saw a shower or storm. Warmer temps are on the way as we roll toward the 4th of July weekend. Here is your latest update.
Another plume of dusty air reached the United States Tuesday, again bringing dust particles to sections of the Southern United States.
Showers and storms will continue into the early evening before dying out. Warm and muggy into Wed morning and then another round of storms, some possibly severe, by afternoon. Here is your latest outlook.
Another steamy day with scattered t-showers developing this afternoon.
FOX 5 Storm Team's Jeff Hill has your Tuesday forecast.
We are settling into a summer pattern this week with highs in the 90s and after thunderstorms to look out for, so it looks like typical weather for the holiday weekend as well.
Hot and sticky for North Georgia and I think t-storms will be on the increase the next two days. Here is your latest weather outlook looking to the Holiday Weekend.
FOX 5 Storm Team's Ryan Beesley has your Monday forecast.
Lots of heat and humidity in the days ahead will lead to numerous showers and t-showers.
An enormous shelf cloud loomed over Clovis, New Mexico before the onset of a storm.
Hot and humid with hit or miss showers and thunderstorms.
Quiet weather tonight but lots of storms over the next several days.
Thick layer of Saharan dust will cause hazy sunshine and poor air quality. Hit or miss storms likely this evening.
FOX 5 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist David Chandley's latest weather forecast.
A mix of sun and clouds will continue into the evening with only a stray shower or storm possible. Most of the weekend will be warm and muggy with a few isolated t-storms. Here is your weather update.
Not as many showers and thunderstorms today with hazy sunshine from the Saharan Air Layer.
Air quality across most of the Caribbean fell to record “hazardous” levels and experts who nicknamed the event the “Godzilla dust cloud” warned people to stay indoors and use air filters if they have one.
FOX 5 Storm Team's Joanne Feldman has your Friday forecast.