COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) – Elsa remains a Tropical Storm as it moves into the Gulf of Mexico, it will strengthen just a little while in the Gulf and eventually make landfall on Florida’s west coast.
While the main impacts will remain east, we’ll feel a few of the indirect impacts like increased humidity, cloud cover and the chance for showers/storms. Scattered showers and an occasional rumble of thunder will be possible during the afternoon and evening, the best chance will be after 4 PM. We’ll continue with the chance for showers through Thursday as the energy from Elsa continues to move just east of us.
By Friday we’ll begin to transition to our mundane summer pattern, isolated showers will be possible as temperatures warm back up. Still staying below normal with high temperatures in the upper 80 to low 90s.