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.
Several showers &thunderstorms have popped up this afternoon across northwest Florida and south Alabama… Heaviest rain, as of 2:50PM, is happening near Dixonville, Barrineau Park, and Walnut Hill. Be inside you're near these storms… Lightning! pic.twitter.com/f4DJfq5Izu
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) May 31, 2018
SINKHOLES IN MARION! Yikes! The heavy rains just kept coming in Perry County. So much, that parts of roads were washed out… leaving sinkholes! Some folks are even stuck between two of these impassible areas. @wvua23 pic.twitter.com/PWNOS1Wknp
— Chelsea Barton (@ChelseaBarton_) May 31, 2018
A meteorologically quiet hurricane season is irrelevant if a major storm makes landfall in your community. Be proactive in planning. If you're reactive, it's perhaps already too late.
— Steve Bowen (@SteveBowenWx) May 31, 2018