THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE RATHER ISOLATED

New low pressure on Georgia coast stole most of our thunder.

New low pressure on Georgia coast stole most of our thunder.

The meandering front moved north of us Wednesday. It came to a halt against the wedge of cold air over the eastern seaboard.
The widespread showers and thunderstorms are mainly offshore in the Atlantic thanks to the small frontal low pressure that formed near Savannah.
Warm, humid air will dominate our area with showers limited to scattered places until a cold front arrives Friday. At that time a round of scattered t’storms ahead of the front will be followed by clear, dry weather for the weekend. Low temperatures will be near 50 degrees and high temps in the low to mid-70’s.

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