Thank you for reading the WJCL 22 weather blog! This is southeast Georgia and the Lowcountry's inside scoop on all things weather related. In today's blog we breakdown the all important weekend forecast. Let's start with some good news. A cold front swings through this weekend delivering a big drop in humidity. If this plays out as I think, we should see the lowest dew points in Savannah in over a month! The downside to the forecast is the cold front brings a good chance of rain on Saturday.
Thank you for reading the WJCL 22 weather blog! This is southeast Georgia and the Lowcountry's inside scoop on all things weather related. Rain, rain, and more rain in the forecast moving forward. Wet weather appears likely on Wednesday and a good bet on Thursday. If you have outdoor plans make sure to have an alternate indoor option ready to go now through this weekend. Fututurecast shows a renewed chance of thunderstorms on Wednesday.
Thank you for reading the WJCL 22 weather blog! This is southeast Georgia and the Lowcountry's inside scoop on all things weather related. Rain chances are on the way down and temperatures are on the way up. Get ready for a hot stretch of weather Friday through Sunday with above average temperatures. Add in the humidity and it will feel like 100+. The WPC heat index forecast for Sunday shows a high probability that the feels like temperature will exceed 100 near the Southeast coast.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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