For Tuesday, we had a few passing showers and storms due to an upper-level area of low pressure spinning though the region. Overnight into Wednesday, that low will begin to move to our east and it will take the storm chances with it. Wednesday through the first half of the weekend will be in the lower 80s for afternoon high temperatures and only low-end rain chances will be expected Friday and Saturday.
On Sunday, our next storm system will be moving into the southeast. This system will be originating in the Pacific northwest. By the time it is here, it will be a fairly strong system that will have ample moisture and upper level energy to work with. Widespread storms are expected and it is looking like there will be a good chance of having a few strong or severe storms. It will all depend on if the associated cold front makes it into the Wiregrass during the day and the peak heating hours. This is something we will be watching as we get closer.