Damp day ahead, more heavy rainfall Sunday night

And more rain will move through before the month ends. Winds will remain on the light side too. Make sure to have a way to receive warning information this evening.

A line of heavy rain with embedded isolated strong storms will move into northwest Georgia around 5 a.m. Sunday. Some of these thunderstorms could produce damaging winds and a spin up tornado is not impossible.

Thunderstorms are also possible going into the week with potential strong storms on Wednesday (Feb. 28). Once the front clears, the rain should begin to clear out. Temperatures would be much cooler with highs in the 40's both Friday and Saturday.

TODAY: Showers likely with a chance of thunder later in the day. Expect high temperatures to remain in the mid 50s, over 10 degrees above average for late February. Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with lows dipping into the lower and mid 60s.

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MONDAY & TUESDAY: The early part of the work week will likely be the driest part of the week. Most of the showers will be gone by sunset.

Tonight, a 30% chance for showers with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.

Widespread scattered showers for Acadiana will be possible from 4AM-11AM with a few strong thunderstorms mixed in as well, especially between 7AM-11AM. A high amount of uncertainty remains with regards to the evolution and track of this system as the various computer models all suggest different storm tracks.