5:20PM May 31, 2018

Isolated thunderstorms continue across our region. At the moment, the heaviest rain is falling near Burnt Corn, Citronelle, and Millry…

Nothing severe – good news. Storms are producing heavy rain and lots of lightning.

Storms will fade as we lose daytime heating later this evening.

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7:07AM May 31, 2018

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6:57AM May 31, 2018

HOT DAY; P.M. ISOLATED STORMS… High temperatures are slated to rise slightly this afternoon compared to previous days. We’ll be in the low- to mid-90s across south Alabama and northwest Florida. Showers and storms will bubble up due to all of the heat content in the atmosphere across our region. Storm coverage will be greatest from 11AM to 7PM.

WEEKEND PREVIEW… More of the same! Rain chances will be slightly deflated from previous days this weekend, with about a 30-40% chance of storms in the afternoon and evening hours each day. High temperatures will be in the mid-90s. We note that the rip current risk at Alabama & NW Florida beaches remains slightly elevated, so if you’re headed to the beach today or over the next few days, be extra cautious in the water. Rip currents kill more people in our area than any other weather-related hazard, primarily due to vacationers not knowing about the hazards of rip currents.

Tomorrow is the first day of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season. I’ll have more info about what you can expect in tomorrow’s morning video.

See more details about your local forecast in your Thursday #rzw forecast video that will be available shortly in the post above… Have a nice day!

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10:07PM May 30, 2018

STORMS IN WEST ALABAMA… A decaying line of showers and thunderstorms is slowly moving southeast across Clarke, Washington, Marengo, Wilcox, and southeastern Choctaw counties as of 10:07PM. This line of storms will continue to weaken as it moves southeast…

A few isolated showers and small storms will likely be around after midnight, but vast majority of us should be dry by 1AM.

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