Atlanta, Georgia

Things are getting active in the southeast, and that’s just where we are going today.

At 552PM, ET, Atlanta was reporting a temperature of 86 degrees with mostly sunny skies. There was an isolated thunderstorm lurking between Kennesaw and Cartersville underscoring the still relevant threat for storms this evening, though the better threat for inclement weather was to the east, where there was a line of thunderstorms moving into South Carolina and the Georgia Coast.
The storms today were enhanced and severe out east by a surface wave over the eastern Great Lakes, which was producing a boundary in the Appalachians. This low will wind up and move northeast towards the Maritimes, but the general instability of north Georgia will remain. A wave moving through the central Plains, resulting from some lee troughing will move into the Tennessee Valley late on Thursday, likely enhancing thunderstorms again across the area.
Tomorrow – Isolated showers and storms, High – 87, Low 71
Thursday – Isolated showers and storms, becoming stronger and more widespread late, High 86, Low 71

TWC: Tomorrow – PM Thunderstorms High 87, Low 68
Thursday – PAtlanta

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