We had some pretty intense rainstorms in the area Saturday afternoon. These storms developed in the heat and humidity and don't move too quickly. The ones that popped up dumped a lot of rain before raining themselves out.
Other storms produced intense lightning. A storm late Saturday afternoon in Bartow and Paulding counties produced more than 800 lightning strikes in a 15 minute period. Storms are diminished Saturday evening as we lost some of the heating.
Sunday's rain chances will be a little lower. We will have a 30% chance of showers Sunday and Monday with a high in the low 90s.
We hit 90 degrees today. That's only the second time this month and the 9th time this year that we have been at 90 degrees or above.