Surface weather map for Friday shown above.
When you add it all up there will be more dry hours today, Saturday and Sunday than wet hours. So plenty of dry periods despite scattered showers and thunderstorms in the region at times the next few days.
Temperatures will remain mild through the weekend.
The threat of severe weather is not zero but it currently looks low.
The higher risk of severe weather or flooding North and West of Metro Atlanta.
SURFACE WEATHER CHART SATURDAY MORNING:
SURFACE WEATHER CHART SATURDAY NIGHT:
SURFACE WEATHER CHART SUNDAY MORNING:
SEVERE WEATHER RISK AREAS SATURDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT:
The CIPS Analog severe weather guidance lends support to the official SPC outlook:
SPC SEVERE WEATHER RISK AREA SUNDAY:
ESTIMATED RAINFALL AMOUNTS FRIDAY/FRIDAY NIGHT:
ESTIMATED RAINFALL AVERAGE TOTALS THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT:
As long forecast the thermometer roller coaster ride goes on and on, after a spell of mild weather another period of below-normal temperatures returns later this month:
The El Nino fed active sub-tropical jet stream pattern will continue keeping new chances for rain or thunder coming every few days right into the end of the Month:
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