The National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center have started making more concrete predictions about the storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. At this time, they are predicting high winds and rain for southwest Georgia, but little chance of tornadoes. The bulk of the rain should hit from the Big Bend in Florida, south to the center of the state.
From the National Weather Service in Tallahassee: Severe Thunderstorm Watch SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WS 141 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 405 PM EDT TUE MAY 3 2016 SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 141 […]
While it didn’t rain as nearly as bad as in the Florida Panhandle, Decatur County received at least 1.64 inches of rain on Tuesday, April 29 and 2.48 inches of rain on Wednesday, April 30, […]
Three days into the 2020 hurricane season, Tropical Storm Christobal (2020’s third named storm) has formed near the Gulf of Mexico. According to forecasts, the storm is expected to brush the eastern edge of the […]