7:01AM July 9, 2018

SAME FORECAST FOR A NEW WEEK: SHOWERS & STORMS… In typical mid-July fashion, our 7 Day Forecast features showers, thunderstorms, and ample heat & humidity. Isolated storms will fire in the heat of the day today and over the next few days. High temperatuers will be in the low-90s across south Alabama and northwest Florida.

BERYL NO MORE… Tropical Storm Beryl weakened into a tropical wave yesterday evening, meaning it’s no longer a tropical storm. The system will bring heavy rain to the Lesser Antilles, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Hispaniola in the days ahead. No issues from the remnants of Beryl for Alabama or northwest Florida.

CHRIS TO THE EAST… Tropical Storm Chris continues to organize in the warm waters of the western Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina. The wind field with Chris will remain far offshore, and tropical storm watches and warnings are not expected for any part of the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. at this time. Chris will race to the northeast into the cooler waters of the north Atlantic in the days ahead. No issues from Chris for Alabama or northwest Florida. (I’m thankful for that and I know you are as well!)

POP-UP STORMS THIS WEEK… No reason to change the forecast over the next few days. We’ll call it seasonal with a chance of storms in the P.M. hours each day. High temperatures will consistently be in the low-90s with morning lows in the lower-70s.

See all the details in your Monday #rzw forecast video here… Enjoy the day!

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