Once again today drier air has kept any shower or storm activity to fire up across the Chattahoochee Valley while areas to our north are still quite activity.
Not much change in this forecast since Saturday, but still influenced by high pressure. High pressure does jog to the west a little putting us back into northwest flow which will increase rain chances with little weak disturbances that come down the pipe.
High pressure does start to weakened Wednesday and retreat southward as shortwave energy moves in. Rain chances increase, but mainly daytime heating driven through the afternoon and evening. As that energy moves out eastward, high pressure builds back in Friday.