We’re stuck in a wet weather pattern and parts of Georgia could receive up to two inches of rain this week .
WSB Meteorologist Kirk Mellish explains that an area of tropical moisture, currently stuck over our area, is causing the wet weather.
We’re tracking the timing of potential isolated storms and which areas could see the heaviest rain on 95.5 WSB.
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What you need to know:
- Some areas could see several inches of rain by the end of the week
- High temperatures will be in the mid-80s
- Rain begins to clear toward the end of the week
>>Follow Kirk Mellish’s latest forecast details here.
June marks the start of “Meteorological Summer,” WSB’s Kirk Mellish write in his latest blog. “The spring season had fewer-than-normal tornadoes across the country and normal to below-normal severe weather in metro Atlanta.”
He adds that nation-wide, this spring has had “below-normal severe weather of all forms: tornadoes, hail and wind.”
Over the next 10 days, Kirk Mellish also writes there is ‘no lasting big heat in sight’ for most of the state.
>>Read Kirk’s blog on our ‘wet, cool May’ and all of his latest content here.
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