A one-two punch of rain as a tropical system is expected to bring several inches of rain to north Georgia this weekend and a cold front expected to move through on Tuesday.
As of 11pm, still no tropical storm, but plenty of tropical moisture will be moving our way this weekend. Heavy rain at times from Saturday afternoon into Sunday afternoon. Flash Flood Watch for most of metro Atlanta and points south. Rainfall totals will be 2-5+". Not expecting any damaging winds and the risk of a spin up tornado is really low and confined to areas southeast of ATL early Sunday. Certainly flooding is the biggest threat with this event. More showers and storms are on tap with a front early next week.
The tropical system could bring up to 12 inches of rain through the weekend to the central U.S. Gulf Coast.
NASA and the NOAA have compiled data showing an “unprecedented” amount of heat is being trapped in Earth’s atmosphere, doubling since 2005.
Deep tropical moisture is heading this way over the weekend. Flash Flood Watch for most of North Georgia. Here is the latest.
Record daily highs were seen this week in parts of Arizona, California, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming and Utah.
Sunny and hot Friday. Tropical impacts for the weekend.
Sunny and hot for your Friday. However, North Georgia will feel the impacts of a moving tropical system over the Father's Day weekend.
Sunny and hot Friday with tropical impacts for the weekend.
A dangerous heat wave continues to impact the western United States, placing much of the region in jeopardy of breaking more records.
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The National Hurricane Center has issued tropical storm warnings for the central Gulf Coast ahead of the likely formation of Tropical Storm Claudette, which is expected to dump several inches of rain on Louisiana but stay west of Florida.
One more refreshing night with lows down into the 60s. Increasing tropical moisture on Friday with hotter temps, highs in the lower 90s. Heavy rain is likely this weekend with a possible Tropical Storm. Here is the latest.
Skywatchers were treated to some gorgeous hues during sunset as the Saharan dust cloud made its way over the state of Florida.
If you loved yesterday, you'll love today, too! Enjoy while you can, because we're tracking tropical rain moving in this weekend.
Footage filmed by Neil and Danae Serfas on June 15 showed the tornado whipping up a massive cloud of dust and dirt on farmland in D’Arcy, Saskatchewan.
Another really nice night and morning for North Georgia with comfortable temps and lower humidity. Concern for the weekend with deep tropical moisture heading this way. Here is the latest.
Another beautiful day with plenty of sunshine, warm temperatures and low humidity.
Wednesday morning feels fantastic outside with the low humidity and we'll keep enjoying this break from the summer humidity through Friday.
Much less humid tonight and into your Wednesday and that means very comfortable temperatures in the days ahead. We may deal with some tropical issues by Father's Day. Here is the latest weather outlook.