6:53AM June 10, 2024

P.M. SCATTERED STORMS TODAY; MORE POP-UP STORMS LATER THIS WEEK… Scattered thunderstorms are likely to pop up this afternoon and this evening, particularly in counties closer to the coast. A frontal boundary is approaching our area from the north today. This boundary will move south today, providing enough spark to cause showers and thunderstorms to develop. The Storm Prediction Center has included part of our local area in their low-end, Level 1 (out of 5) severe weather risk valid for today, driven exclusively by the chance of a few stronger storms capable of ramping up and producing gusty winds. Most of the storms expected to develop later today will likely remain under severe limits. High temperatures will be in the upper-80s and near the 90 degree mark.

SLIGHTLY DRIER AIR ARRIVES TONIGHT… The frontal boundary partially responsible for the pop-up showers and thunderstorms today will usher in slightly drier (and ever so slightly cooler) air tonight. Overnight lows by 6AM Tuesday will be in the low- to mid-60s near Thomasville, Coffeeville, Greenville, and Camden. Lows in the mid-60s are likely across much of the region.

MAINLY DRY TOMORROW & WEDNESDAY; MORE STORMS LATER THIS WEEK… Drier conditions are likely tomorrow and Wednesday. High temperatures will be in the low-90s. Showers and thunderstorms will become more numerous later this week and into the upcoming weekend.

TROPICS CONTINUE TO BE QUIET… The north Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico are quiet and will remain quiet over the next few days with no tropical storms expected to develop. There will be a deep plume of tropical moisture that surges into parts of the Florida Peninsula over the next few days but no significant organization is expected to happen in terms of a named tropical system forming. Parts of south Florida may receive upwards of 10 to 15 inches of total rainfall over the next week.

APP… If you haven’t already, be sure to download the free RedZone Weather app to keep up with all the latest information on the world of weather in south Alabama and northwest Florida. redzoneweather.com/app is the link for the free download. Once you have the app downloaded to your iOS or Android device, be sure to visit the Alerts tab (lower right corner) and tap the Alert Settings button to customize the alerts you would like to receive straight from me.

See all the details in your Monday RedZone Weather forecast video. Have a great start to your week!

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