7:14AM April 9, 2018

The morning forecast video is in the post below. Here is the detailed text discussion.

MAINLY CLOUDY MONDAY; SHOWERS AGAIN OVERNIGHT… Isolated showers are in progress on this Monday morning across south Alabama and northwest Florida. We get somewhat of a break from the rain late morning and in the remaining daylight hours before more rain showers move in overnight. Beautiful, warm weather is upcoming for the middle part of the week before another round of strong to potentially severe storms this weekend. Let’s talk details…

RAIN MOVES OUT; NICE, MILD MONDAY… Some spots did have rain overnight, but the isolated showers are now exiting our area to the east. We’ll call it mostly cloudy skies upcoming for the rest of the day. High temperatures today peak in the mid-70s.

MORE SHOWERS OVERNIGHT… I would keep the umbrellas and rain gear handy for Tuesday morning as more showers will move into our area from the west overnight. Again, no severe weather is expected and lightning/thunder should be limited due to very low surface and midlevel instability being virtually nil in most spots.

WARMER WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY… Very much looking forward to the ample sunshine for Wednesday and Thursday! Highs on Wednesday peak in the mid-70s before temps near 80° on Thursday.

STRONG STORMS POSSIBLE SATURDAY… The Storm Prediction Center has areas to our west outlooked into their Level 2 “slight” risk zone valid for Friday. I wouldn’t be shocked to see an outlook upgrade for our area valid for Saturday as this cold front moves southeast. It’s a bit too early to give specifics, but at this point, all severe weather hazards (tornadoes, damaging straight line winds, and hail) look possible. Where those hazards set up specifically remains to be seen, but the message here is simple: Saturday could feature a few strong to severe storms. Outdoor plans should have an indoor backup in place.

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All the details are below in your Monday forecast video… Have a great day!

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