According to experts, Wednesday is another pleasure in terms of weather, mainly with clear skies and maximum daytime temperatures of 72 degrees Celsius, but the haze from wildfires on the west coast can drift overhead.
It’s about the same on Thursday, but the thermometer rises about 5 daggers to 77, with a 20% chance of raining that night to Friday, then the sky clears over the weekend, and until Tuesday the National Weather Service says. It was.
Until then, there is an increased risk of ocean currents on the Atlantic beaches on Wednesday, but late summer sunshine can make water sports attractive. “But the overall theme here is a bit warmer than yesterday, so it’s because of the seasonal temperatures and lots of sunlight,” the service said.
As the weather service says, it’s not that cool at night. normal By early Thursday morning in the late 50s and mid-60s. “
One that influences predictions, as the National Hurricane Center states, “Historical and catastrophic floods are occurring just inland along the coast from west of Tallahassee, Florida to Mobile Bay, Alabama.” Uncertainty is a hurricane sari.
According to the weather forecast, Sally is expected to be above northern Georgia at 7 am on Friday. This is a truck in the south of the metropolitan area, so a sunny weekend is expected. According to the weather service, the thermometer only rises from Friday to Tuesday until the mid-60s and can reach 70 degrees Celsius.