6:55AM March 12, 2019

WARM, MUGGY TUESDAY; STORMS RETURN ON THURSDAY… Increasing cloudiness and the warm, muggy air in place across our region will be your weather highlights for today across south Alabama and northwest Florida. No rain is in the forecast for today, but rain chances are set to rise late Wednesday and certainly on Thursday as a cold front approaches from the west. High temperatures will peak near the 80 degree mark today.

WARM WEDNESDAY; SHOWERS POSSIBLE LATE IN THE DAY… Temperatures will again creep up into the upper-70s on Wednesday afternoon ahead of a few widely scattered showers becoming possible late in the day. Mostly cloudy skies are expected. Cloud coverage will increase from west to east throughout the day.

SHOWERS & STORMS LIKELY ON THURSDAY… Rain and thunderstorms will again become likely across the region on Thursday as a cold front approaches from the northwest. We will likely have a low-end, marginal risk of a few strong to severe storms Thursday afternoon and evening. The ample low-level moisture, combined with lift from the approaching front and some atmospheric instability could create the opportunity for a few storms to be on the strong side. The tornado risk will likely be low, but not zero. We’ll bring you updates in the RedZone Weather app as this system approaches.

COOLER WEEKEND AHEAD… High temperatures will drop back into the 60s this weekend as clouds hang tough. Overnight lows will be in the 40s. This “cold snap” won’t last long, however, as we quickly warm back into the 70s next week.

See all the graphics and details in your Tuesday #rzw forecast video… Have a great day!

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