SATURDAY: Morning showers develop mainly scattered and now we are beginning to see a warm sector ahead of this front. I’m referring to a warm front across a Phenix City line to Columbus southward. Along and south of this air mass will be the best coverage for isolated storms, which may reach severe levels. The SPC has our region under a slight risk for isolated damaging wind, hail, and isolated tornado threat.
SUNDAY: Warm mostly sunny with upper 70s across the region.
MONDAY: We need to watch to see if we will be Weather Aware. Some good news with this stalled out front remaining farther south and east of the region, with isolated convective activity. Still warm but we need to watch for any cold air damming or CAD across northeast Georgia and how stable we may become.
Sunny and cool after this period.