Soggy bands.

Wednesday, September 16th, 2020

The composite radar via at 9:55 pm Eastern, Wednesday September 16th.

There’s every indication that tomorrow in metro Atlanta will be soggy, soggy, soggy thanks to the rain bands left by slow-moving Hurricane (now Tropical Storm again) Sally.

The folks down on the coast by far had the worst of it, with huge rainfall totals, but it looks like we’ll get quite a bit of rain in the next 48 hours or so. By early Friday it will have largely moved on to menace the Carolinas, but before then, we get rain. Some wind too, but mostly rain.

The good news? Cooler weather. A high of 73 Thursday.