Wetter weather moves in for the work week
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Overnight, we will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions hanging out overhead.
Morning lows dip into the mid 60s for inland communities with temperatures in the upper 60s at sunrise around Savannah. The first half of our day will be dry, but there is a chance for showers and a downpour or two during the afternoon into the evening. Temperatures will top out in the mid 80s with a light southerly breeze.
Monday Tybee Tides: 8.0′ 6:58AM I 0.8′ 1:18PM 8.7′ 7:18AM
Tuesday through the end of the work week will be a bit more unsettled, we will see slightly cooler weather and a more active pattern. Daily rain chances return with afternoon highs in the lower 80s. The chance for afternoon scattered rain holds into this coming weekend, with morning lows back in the mid 60s.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a big rush of fall air in the forecast!
Hurricane Sam is still churning up the Atlantic with max sustained wind of 100 miles per hour. This system will weaken as it approaches Iceland as a Tropical Storm by the end of the work week.
Victor remains a Tropical Depression and is expected to fizzle out over the central Atlantic on Tuesday.
There is a disorganized area of low pressure over the southeastern Bahamas. This will drift northeast toward the Southeast coastline, but only has a 20% chance of development over the next five days. Development is not likely since this system will encounter wind shear.
Stay tuned for updates!
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