February 13, 2007 Leave a comment
Good Evening! Sorry for the lack of an afternoon discussion, but the severe weather had us very busy today. The latest reports are that some homes in Bibb County have suffered structural damage and we will be bringing you the latest plus additional reports at 10:00. Also, I have in my possession some of the large hail stones, larger than golf balls and I will be showing those on the news tonight. I’ve lived in this area all of my life and I have never seen hail, like what we dealt with today, in person. If you have any pictures don’t forget to send those to us at email@example.com
The heavy rain and severe weather is out of the picture and now were dealing with light drizzle, a cold wind, and falling temperatures. The cold air rushing is helping to squeeze out all residual moisture and this will keep light drizzle in the area through midnight. Tomorrow the clouds will gradually break and you can expect a cold raw day, with highs struggling to reach 40-degrees. Winds will remain quite gusty adding a chill to the air. Lows tomorrow night will be taking a dive into the 20s. Be sure to join us a ten for a complete breakdown of the local forecast. I will also have a fresh discussion posted by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning!
Hat’s off to Robert Stevenson, Steven Ray, Jay Bronson, and Richard Scott for all of their help in the severe weather coverage today.
Updated by: Chief Meteorologist Wes Wyatt