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The heat has just begun!

Besides a rainy start to this week, the humidity and cloud cover has certainly decreased and will continue to decrease going into tonight. This is because a high pressure system has moved its way into the southeast, which is bringing drier air from the northeast in to our region. This will keep our dewpoints comfortable for the next couple days with only passing clouds throughout the day and night for the rest of the week. The temperatures on the other hand will skyrocket into the mid 90s by Friday for most of North Georgia. Saturday is looking to be the hottest, along with a humidity spike, which will make way for feels like temperatures well into triple digits. Current model guidance is experiencing a warming trend, so as we get closer to the weekend, some of these high temperatures might top out close to 100 degrees going into the weekend. No rain is expected all the way until Sunday due to this system. That is all for North Georgia.

Florida is currently experiencing a potentially catastrophic situation due to the same front that slugged its way through Georgia just yesterday. There is a stationary front that is parked over Florida along with a significant amount of available tropical moisture, south Florida will see many rounds of intense thunderstorms for the next couple days going into the weekend. Model estimates have rainfall totals of 10 inches in some places by Friday morning. Flash Flooding is the main concern for southern Florida, and is inevitable.

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