6:54AM August 7, 2019

SCATTERED STORMS THIS EVENING; TROPICS REMAIN QUIET… Storms will again dot the landscape across south Alabama and northwest Florida later today. While widespread severe weather is not anticipated, some of the pop-up thunderstorms may be on the strong side, producing gusty winds, lightning, and very heavy downpours of rain. High temperatures will be in the low- to mid-90s across our region with heat index values near 100 by 3PM.

TROPICS ARE QUIET… The north Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico are all quiet with no tropical storm formation expected over the next 5 days. We note that no tropical systems are observed in either of the GFS/ECMWF models in the long range through mid-August. That could obviously change, but it is an encouraging sign nonetheless.

MORE OF THE SAME AHEAD… Showers and thunderstorms are expected each afternoon in each of the next 7 days. Thursday (tomorrow) will likely be our driest day overall, but there still will be storms around in the afternoon hours. High temperatures are slated to be in the 90s with morning lows in the 70s.

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

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