7:42AM May 24, 2022

SCATTERED STORMS MOVING NORTH… Scattered thunderstorms that extend from Red Level on the east side to Saraland on the west side are moving north across the local area. Heavy rain is happening near Creola, Poarch, Castleberry, Johnsonville, and Brooklyn.

These storms will continue to move north over the next hour.

More storms are expected to pop up over the next few hours.

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7:12AM May 24, 2022

STORMS MOVING NORTH… Thunderstorms on the north side of the Mobile metro near Prichard and Saarland are moving north this morning.

These storms are producing cloud-to-ground lightning and loud thunder.

Loud storms are also happening near Atmore, Century, Flomaton, and Brewton.

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6:52AM May 24, 2022

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS TODAY, TOMORROW, & THURSDAY; DRIER WEEKEND… Thunderstorms will again be possible on this Tuesday across south Alabama and northwest Florida. While the Storm Prediction Center has included all of our local area in their low-end, Level 1 (out of 5) severe weather risk valid for today, the risk is driven by the potential for gusty winds and small hail. There is no significant tornado risk today across the local area. Scattered storms will be possible again on Wednesday ahead of very high rain chances on Thursday as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Thursday will feature numerous thunderstorms and may end up being the wettest day of the entire week. Fortunately, the weekend looks drier. A few more Tuesday morning forecast notes are below.

STORMS AROUND TODAY… Pop-up thunderstorms will be possible throughout the day on this Tuesday. The main hazard concerns will be cloud-to-ground lightning and heavy rain. Small hail and gusty winds will be possible in the strongest of the storms that develop today. The greatest chance of rain and storms will happen from 10AM to 5PM. I will have radar updates posted throughout the day in the RedZone Weather app.

TROPICS QUIET… The Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean are quiet with no tropical storms expected to form over the next 5-7 days, despite what the fear mongers and single image model run posters have said for weeks on social media. If you missed my annual post about this, make sure to take 2 minutes to read it here.

APP… If you haven’t already downloaded the RedZone Weather app, now is a great time to do that. redzoneweather.com/app is the link to the free download. Once you have the RZW app installed on your iOS or Android device, be sure to visit the Alerts tab to turn on the specific notifications you’d like to receive. All notifications are handcrafted by me. No automation and we promise not to bug you!

See all the details in your Tuesday morning #rzw forecast video. Have a great day!

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2:28AM May 24, 2022

RAIN & STORMS OVER WEST ALABAMA… A large mass of rain and thunderstorms continues across west Alabama early on this Tuesday morning. Heavy rain is happening near Jackson, Grove Hill, Coffeeville, Thomasville, Leroy, Chatom, and Millry.

While you may hear some thunder in the hours ahead in these communities, the overall severe weather risk remains quite low and the tornado risk remains at or near zero.

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