If it has felt like it has been forever since we have seen the sun….It has! Lets take a look at how wet April really has been. Of the last 17 days, 8 days have had measurable (Trace or greater) rainfall. 2 days at Mobile and 4 days at Pensacola saw rainfall >1 inch. https://t.co/Lp6EE1YwAR
The large eye of powerful #TyphoonSurigae has now cleared out on visible satellite imagery.
#Surigae remains a Category 4 equivalent typhoon, however, it is expected to begin gradually weakening as it turns out to sea in the coming days. https://t.co/LIOxEEnOdC
Rain chances will finally diminish this afternoon into this evening but not before a few showers being possible this morning. High temperatures will be in the mid-70s today.
Have a nice Sunday! 👍
🙌We can see the light at the end of the tunnel! Rain will continue tonight but should begin to diminish by Sunday afternoon. Then cooler and drier weather will persist through most of the week. We might even see lows in the 30s and 40s across the area Wednesday night. #mobwx https://t.co/oPAI1tWgIj
🌪️Today is the 10th anniversary of the April 15, 2011 Tornado Outbreak. 18 of the 73 tornadoes occurred in the @NWSMobile forecast area. Radar imagery from the EF3 tornado that moved across Leakesville, MS can be seen in the image below.