UPDATE 4:45 p.m. 12/11/21: The severe storms are forming on the southern most point of the squall line.
Everyone behind the squall line are clear from the severe weather threat. There will still be showers for the rest of this evening but not severe.
Where you are seeing the line bow out this is the point where we will see more activity, and in fact, a severe thunderstorm just formed as I’m writing this.
We still need to watch the line south and east of Columbus through 6:30p.m.
After this, Weather Aware is over and a great Sunday ahead!
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) — The severe weather set-up is now through 8pm.
The rain will continue ahead of the front shortly after midnight.
We are Nowcasting at this time so, we are not relying on any model data.
Dew points are at 66 degrees with 76 air temperature.
Energy is here…We are also looking at a weak jet max setting up ahead ahead of the squall.
Independent or discreet cells are firing up south and west and I’m tracking these at 51mph ahead the squall line.
The squall line will force these cells. Northeast and will absorb the line.
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