7:15PM June 30, 2018

STRONG STORMS IN WEST ALABAMA… While much of our region east of I-65 is now in much more stable air, strong to severe storms have fired near the Alabama/Mississippi state line near the Yellow Pine community where a severe thunderstorm warning is in effect. Storms in Clarke, Choctaw, and Washington counties are slowly moving south. Damaging wind gusts will be possible shortly near Yellow Pine and Barlow in west Washington County near the state line.

Storms will fade over the next hour or so as we lose daytime heating. More showers and storms will pop up on Sunday afternoon/evening.

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7:11PM June 30, 2018

Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for western Washington County, AL until 7:45PM. Chatom, Millry, and Yarbo should expect heavy rain, but the core of the threat is west of these communities. No issues as of now for McIntosh or Wagerville or Leroy.

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4:18PM June 30, 2018

SCATTERED SHOWERS & STORMS CONTINUE… Several showers and thunderstorms continue across the region as of 4:18PM. At the moment, the strongest thunderstorm is happening near Whatley and Gosport in eastern Clarke County. Nasty travel at the moment between Grove Hill and the Alabama River near Claiborne.

Numerous showers are also happening near Pensacola, Brewton, Milton, Pace, Pensacola Beach, NAS Pensacola, Castleberry, Evergreen, Andalusia, and Florala.

You can clearly see the many clouds now in place across our region in the satellite/radar composite image, above. These clouds should act as somewhat of a stabilizer over the next few hours, meaning many of the showers and storms currently in place should fade away over the next 3 hours.

Another round of primarily P.M. showers and storms will happen on Sunday.

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2:41PM June 30, 2018

Scattered thunderstorms continue to produce heavy rain and lots of cloud-to-ground lightning near Brewton, Evergreen, Lenox, Repton, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Fort Morgan, and Dauphin Island.

We note much of Walton County, Florida remains under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning due to a storm over Mossy Head and Freeport producing potentially damaging winds in excess of 60mph. Isolated instances of trees being blown down and other minor damage will be possible there. The warning includes areas north of Choctawhatchee Bay. At the moment, places near Miramar Beach are NOT included.

Storms will continue to pop up over the next few hours before we start to lose daytime heating around 8PM.

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