Rob Martin’s “More Rain Potential” Thursday Night Forecast
Finally some rain arrived today, with most of it ending up in George County where there was briefly a severe t-storm warning. Our high pressure area responsible for the heat is giving some ground to a low-pressure moving toward Florida/Georgia. Showers and thunderstorms will break out along the western rim of this system and rotate down into our area late afternoons and evenings through Saturday. The high-pressure aloft will be getting squeezed both north and south away from the local area. Losing the sinking air from that high pressure will allow for some afternoon convection to start developing, with only a marginal risk (level 1 out of 5) of anything severe popping up.