Sunday and Monday are First Alert Weather Days. Rain and storms have a likely chance of impacting plans, particularly outdoor activities.
Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms will continue to impact plans through early evening across the WTOC Viewing Area.
Rain is developing in two areas; along the sea breeze pushing inland and across central Georgia pushing towards the coast. While rain will not fall at every single spot at any given time, most will receive rain by the time all is said and done; after 9 p.m.
A few strong storms may develop, particularly west of I-95, this afternoon and evening. These storms may produce gusty winds and small hail. However, every storm that develops will produce frequent lightning and very heavy rain. Minor street flooding will occur under the heaviest downpours.
Gradually drier conditions are expected by mid-evening. Only isolated rain activity will occur through Monday morning before more widespread rain and thunder returns Monday afternoon. Once again, a few storms may produce gusty winds and small hail. But, overall, the severe threat is low.
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