The pattern of this week’s rainfall is highly dependent on where Hurricane Dorian ends up traveling. If you are near the East Coast, you can expect to see some squally weather and even heavy rains near the coast, with strong wind gusts that get weaker as you get away from the coast. If you are in north or central Georgia away from the coast, you may see sunny and dry weather all week with just some breezy conditions on Wednesday and Thursday as the storm passes. Humidity levels should be fairly low as cooler and drier air moves in from the northwest. After the storm goes, only light precip is forecast for the Carolinas into central Georgia. But even a small shift westward in Dorian’s forecast could bring rain and strong winds to more of Georgia, so pay attention to local forecasts for the next few days until we know where Dorian’s path lies.