These slides are from the National Weather Service’s morning briefing. Some key points here include the projected rainfall and wind for southwest Georgia. There is an afternoon briefing scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. We will post any new information from that meeting as well.
The storm system that has developed in the Northern Gulf of Mexico continues to grow into a significant issue for the Gulf Coast. However, the initial reports that predicted the system would impact southwest Georgia […]
By Pam Knox University of Georgia Warm and dry conditions during most of May allowed many Georgia farmers time to get in the fields and finish planting, which had been delayed by a wetter-than-normal April. […]
From the National Weather Service: “The cold front has already begun to move into the area and colder air will continue to move in overnight. Minimum temperatures will be in the upper 20s to low […]