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6:55AM September 26, 2018

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NUMEROUS STORMS TODAY… Grab the rain gear and keep it handy today across south Alabama and northwest Florida as numerous pop-up thunderstorms are likely across the region. Today will likely be the wettest day out of the next seven days. High temperatures will be in the mid- to upper-80s due to all of the clouds/rain around today. Let’s look at details…

TROPICS QUIETER, FOR NOW… The National Hurricane Center issued the final advisory on Subtropical Storm Leslie yesterday. This means, at this moment, there are no active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin. We continue to monitor the remnants of Tropical Storm Kirk that are approaching the Lesser Antilles. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Kirk redevelop into a classified tropical storm today or tomorrow before rapidly weakening again this weekend due to enhanced atmospheric shear in the eastern Caribbean. The area of low pressure off the North Carolina coast may also develop today or tomorrow into a named tropical storm as it moves north, paralleling the Carolina coast before turning out to sea by Friday. The Gulf of Mexico remains QUIET. Good news!

STORMS AROUND FOR FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS… There’s a good chance that this Friday evening will be wetter, overall, than the last few Fridays across our region. We’ll call it a 30-40% chance of showers and storms around 7PM Friday as most high school football teams get set for their weekly games. Have the rain gear packed in the car and ready to deploy as heavy rain will be a concern in the stronger storms. Kickoff temperatures will likely be around 79-80 degrees in most spots.

SLIGHTLY DRIER & COOLER NEXT WEEK… We finally get a break from all the rain and storms next week as slightly cooler and slightly drier air moves in from the north. Instead of the 50s/60s that models suggested for this timeframe about ten days ago, guidance now points to highs in the 80s with lows in the mid-60s. We note that most global models point to a big upper ridge remaining in place across the eastern United States over the next 7-10 days, meaning a big cold shot of air is NOT likely to happen.

See all the details in your Wednesday #rzw forecast video that will be available shortly in the RZWeather app… Enjoy the day!

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12:17AM September 26, 2018

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COASTAL SHOWERS/STORMS OVERNIGHT… We’re already seeing showers and thunderstorms pop up early on this Wednesday morning. I wouldn’t be shocked to see numerous showers and storms develop near the coastline over the next few hours before dawn. These storms will stream inland progressively throughout the day. Severe weather is not expected.

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4:14PM September 25, 2018

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STORMS POPPING UP NEAR ATMORE… Another round of showers and thunderstorms is popping up across western fringes of Escambia County, AL near Nokomis, Poarch, Atmore, and Booneville. These storms are slowly drifting north. Elsewhere across the region, storms have popped up near Chatom, Hurricane Landing, Georgiana, and Andalusia.

Most of the shower/storm action should fade overnight. I expect another, widespread round of showers and thunderstorms to happen on Wednesday across the region.

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1:03PM September 25, 2018

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STORMS OVER COVINGTON COUNTY… Numerous showers and thunderstorms are happening early this afternoon across the southern half of Covington County in south central Alabama. Heavy rain is happening near Florala, Wing, Carolina, Red Oak, and Onycha. These storms are slowly drifting north.

More storms are likely to pop up across the region this afternoon into the evening hours. Be ready for scattered downpours of heavy rain!

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