Periods of Fog Give Way To Late-Week Rain

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for communities south of the Altamaha River, until 9 a.m.

Areas of fog, and low visibility, are forecast to expand and linger through the Wednesday morning commute. Fog may be especially dense near marshes and area waterways. Visibility may vary drastically over a short distance.

If you encounter thick fog, reduce your travel speed and leave extra space between your car and the car in front of you.

Temperatures are in the 60s this morning. As fog and clouds break up, temperatures are forecast to warm into the low to mid-70s by noon; topping out in the mid to upper 70s during the middle of the afternoon. A few communities may reach 80° this afternoon.

Savannah’s record high temperature is 79° today; there is a good chance it’ll be tied or broken this afternoon.

The forecast remains mostly dry, with just an isolated – primarily inland – chance of rain through early evening. The chance of rain increases Thursday afternoon and evening as our next storm system approaches the southeastern United States.

The greatest chance of rain is forecast to arrive midday Friday; shifting offshore in the very early hours of Saturday morning.

A cooler, spectacularly sunny, weekend is in the First Alert Forecast!

Have a wonderful day,

Cutter