6:58AM August 21, 2018

THUNDERSTORMS TODAY; OVERALL DRIER DAYS AHEAD… Rain chances remain elevated today, but the end of the week should be somewhat drier for south Alabama and northwest Florida. Have a way to check the radar this afternoon as thunderstorms will likely be numerous across our region. One way to do this is by checking the Radar tab in the RedZone Weather app or by visiting redzoneweather.com/radar on your smartphone. High temperatures today will peak near the 90 degree mark in most spots.

A BREAK FROM THE RAIN (KINDA)… Rain chances subside somewhat on Wednesday and Thursday before more scattered storms return to our forecast for the weekend. Thursday will likely be the driest day this week, with only a 20% chance of showers and storms. Most inland areas should be dry.

NO TROPICAL ISSUES… The Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea all remain quiet. Hurricane Lane will pass very near Hawaii over the next 24-48 hours, but that system is thousands of miles away from our local area.

SCHOOL PRESENTATION SEASON… Calling all teachers and folks who know teachers interested in a RedZone Weather school presentation! My schedule is quickly filling up for this fall semester’s school presentations. I do free school presentations across south Alabama and northwest Florida to help educate students on severe weather safety and other important weather-related topics. I have 4 different presentations for different age groups (kindergarten through college). Let me know ASAP if you’re interested in a presentation!

I’ve got the forecast details for your in your Tuesday #rzw forecast video… Have a great day!

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