6:52AM August 9, 2018

STORMS THIS AFTERNOON; “COOLER” WEEKEND… Isolated thunderstorms will again pop up across south Alabama and northwest Florida on this Thursday. Severe weather is not expected, but pop-up storms will bring heavy rain and lightning to scattered locales across our region. High temperatures today will return to the mid-90s. We get a “break” from the heat this weekend, however. Slightly cooler, drier air behind a weakening cold front will move into our area by Saturday. High temperatures will drop, somewhat, into the upper-80s for most spots on Saturday.

DEBBY WEAKER; TROPICS QUIET… Subtropical Storm Debby was always destined to have a short life in the north Atlantic due to cool sea water. Today, we’re seeing the effects of that as the system is on its way to becoming extratropical. Again, this system is well away from any land mass. No effects from Debby will happen in North America. The remainder of the north Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico remain quiet.

I’ve got forecast details for you in your Thursday #rzw forecast video… Enjoy your day!

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