P.M. STORMS LIKELY AGAIN TODAY… Pop-up, pulse thunderstorms will again fire up across south Alabama and northwest Florida on this Tuesday. Be ready for scattered downpours of heavy rain basically anytime after 11AM today. Widespread severe weather won’t happen, but there will be some of the thunderstorms ramping up to strong levels at times. This means that gusty winds, small hail, very heavy rain, and lots of lightning are likely in the stronger storms.
TROPICAL LOW IN ATLANTIC… The National Hurricane Center indicates the area of low pressure about 1,000 miles east of Bermuda in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean has a 40% chance of developing into a tropical storm as it moves north over the next few days. This system will not affect the U.S. Elsewhere in the tropics, conditions remain quiet. We continue to note long range models (out to the end of August) show no signs of tropical development. That’s good news – but obviously that can change very quickly, which is why our preparation is key.
See all the details in your Tuesday #rzw forecast video that will be posted shortly on Facebook. Have a great day!