It always has to storm

The southeastern US has one persistent tenet. If it’s warm and humid in the summer, a thunderstorm can’t possibly be far away. This was exactly the situation in Valdosta, where isolated to scattered storms cropped up around the Florida Panhandle and Georgia Coast. They wouldn’t stay dry through the entire period. That doesn’t happen. Some thunder activity moved into the region on Thursday, preventing temperatures from warming too much as well as leaving a few splashes of rainfall. There was a three way tie atop the leaderboard, from the Weather Service, Weatherbug and WeatherNation all drew to a tie at the top.
Actuals: Wednesday – High 83, Low 70
Thursday – .02 inches of rain, High 77, Low 66

Grade: C-D