6:55AM June 24, 2021

P.M. STORMS AT TIMES TODAY; MORE OF THE SAME IN THE DAYS AHEAD… Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop yet again this afternoon into this evening. Severe weather is not expected today, however some of the storms may produce loud thunder, cloud-to-ground lightning, and very heavy downpours of rain. The greatest chance of rain today will happen from Noon to 6PM. Over the next several days, more showers and storms are likely to pop up in the heat of each day. High tempreatures are slated to be consistently in the upper-80s. More Thursday morning forecast details are below.

SCATTERED STORMS LIKELY THIS WEEKEND… If you’re a fan of the weather pattern we have had over the last few days, good news for you! More pop-up P.M. showers and thunderstorms are likely at times on Friday and into the weekend. We probably will not have any days that are “all day washout-type” days, but scattered showers and thunderstorms will dot the landscape predominantly in the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures this weekend will be in the upper-80s with morning lows near the 70 degree mark.

TROPICAL WAVE NEAR THE LESSER ANTILLES… The tropical wave currently near Barbados and the Lesser Antilles is not expected to develop into a tropical storm as upper-level winds increasingly become unfavorable for development. Regardless, heavy rain will be possible across the Lesser Antilles over the next day or two. From NHC: “Recent visible satellite imagery indicates a weak area of low pressure has formed along a tropical wave located a few hundred miles east of the Windward Islands. However, shower and thunderstorm activity associated with this low is limited. Increasing upper-level winds are likely to prevent further development of this system as it moves west northwestward at 5 to 10 mph.”

TROPICAL WAVE NEAR AFRICAN COAST… The National Hurricane Center will keep an eye on a developing tropical wave, expected to emerge into the Atlantic Ocean from the African continent, over the next few days. Regardless of if formal development happens, this system will not be an issue for south Alabama or northwest Florida over the next 5 days. Beyond that, we will have to closely monitor the status of the tropical wave if it develops. No way to know in advance if this will become an issue for the Gulf Coast.. From NHC: “A strong tropical wave is expected to emerge off the coast of Africa over the next day or so. Some gradual development of this system is possible by early next week while moving generally westward over the far eastern Atlantic.”

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See all the details in your Thursday morning #rzw forecast video. Have a great day!

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