UPDATE 4/26/23 4:39 p.m.

WEATHER AWARE: Now through this evening
Readings are 10-15 degrees warmer south of Columbus and we are aread seeing considerable thunderstorms with large hail up to golf ball sized. This afternoon this was the case aroud Randolph County, Georgia.

WEATHER AWARE: Thursday 1/Noon CT – 6/5CT
We are weather aware this afternoon through this evening, tracking two storm systems. This afternoon a few showers before isolated storms later this afternoon, with damaging wind and large hail.

Thursday after a brief break from the rain, another round of storms will move through Thursday evening. The primary threats tomorrow afternoon will be damging winds and large hail, also isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out.

Friday morning and into Friday afternoon, a few showers south east of Columbus Friday afternoon but not severe. Remaining unsettled this weekend, with two rounds of storms moving through Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Following this last round of storms Sunday morning, we will see more pleasant conditions next week.

Temperatures warm into the 80s by Saturday, before cooling back into the 70s Sunday afternoon. These pleasant readings will linger into the extended forecast.

Columbus, Ga. (WRBL) – A few passing showers and sprinkles this morning, this will not have a major impact on the morning commute.

Today will not be a complete washout but we will have showers and storms this afternoon and evening. A marginal risk or level 1 out of 5 for much of the area, primary threat will be damaging winds and hail, not a widespread severe weather event but one or two storms may become a little robust this afternoon.

Another round of storms expected Thursday afternoon and evening, this round looks to be a little bit stronger than Wednesday. Storms should form by the late afternoon, then a line of storms moving in by 7 PM. With any storm that we have on Thursday, damaging winds and hail will be the primary threat.