Saturday Night Forecast

Few storms tonight with a hot and dry day Sunday. Big changes are on the way to start the week with more clouds, cooler temperatures and lots of rain.

Friday late evening forecast

Pretty typical Fourth of July weekend. Only a few isolated showers and storms, most areas remain dry. Highs near 90 and lows in the lower 70s. Looking for better rain chances next week with moderate temperatures. Happy Independence Day!

Late Friday Afternoon Weather Update

Independence Day Weekend will be fairly typical across North Georgia, hot and humid with a few showers and storms late in the day. Better rain chances are expected by next week. Here is your latest outlook.

Wednesday late evening forecast

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.

Wednesday afternoon weather update

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.

Late Tuesday afternoon update

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.

Monday late night 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.

Late Monday afternoon weather update

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.

Saturday Forecast

Thick layer of Saharan dust will cause hazy sunshine and poor air quality. Hit or miss storms likely this evening.