COOLER MORNINGS AHEAD LATER THIS WEEK… The first day of meteorological fall is tomorrow! Right on schedule, our first shot of slightly cooler air arrives later this week. Friday morning will feature overnight lows in the 64-67° range. That is only slightly cooler than our current overnight lows in the 70s but even that minute difference will be tangible in the morning air by Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings.
No signs of any significant cold air intrusions from the north anytime soon.
FEW STORMS THIS EVENING… We’re tracking a few tiny showers and thunderstorms that are happening across parts of Escambia (AL), southern Covington, northern Okaloosa, and northern Santa Rosa counties this evening. These storms have exhibited signs of broad rotation over the last hour. These storms will likely remain well under severe limits in the hours ahead. Storms should begin to fade away in the next few hours after sunset. I’ll keep watching radar trends and have updates provided in the RedZone Weather app, as needed.
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My next forecast video will be posted by 7:15AM tomorrow morning. Have a nice Tuesday evening!
Tropical Depression 12 has formed in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean. TD12 is expected to become a tropical storm soon. Next name: Larry.
TD12 will likely become a hurricane before recurving into the open waters of the Atlantic. Not likely to be a direct issue for USA. pic.twitter.com/jss9yf2JXT
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) August 31, 2021