Columbus, Ga. (WRBL)–WEATHER AWARE: 2 AM-5 AM: Thursday morning our risk is lowering and it still appears to be off to the west of I-85 and all of Bullock, Macon, Lee, and Chambers Counties. The line weakens considerably to more significant winds up to 40 mph.
10:30/9:30 CDT PM Update: Despite the intensity of this line, we can expect this to weaken around 2 AM EDT, when the line of storms breaks apart across our east Alabama counties. I will then give the “ALL Clear”. Stay with WRBL News 3 for the latest updates.
WEATHER AWARE Saturday 8 AM-11 AM: An MCS will kick out Friday across the Southern Plains and move into the region with significant winds and torrential rainfall. More details will follow.
Despite this weakening, we must remain Weather Aware for east Alabama and that we are still experiencing unsettled conditions.
Very little rainfall for the region. I’m not seeing delays for businesses or schools at this time.
The Easter weekend forecast will still have windows for Saturday morning and Sunday morning for no rain but in the afternoon we will have scattered showers and a few storms in the region or a bit unsettled without severe weather